The Weekly Times - TWT - 5th June 2019

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The Weekly Times - TWT - cheekily describes itself as a campaigning, crusading, truth-seeking, death defying, Aussie battler-aligned, one-eyed-Tiger-led news organisation dedicated to Sydney's north west. It's one of the few remaining independently run community newspapers and turns 100 years old in 2021 - so if you want to show your support for independent media, have a quick look at the paper, submit a letter to the editor via its website or like or share one of its posts on social media. The flip book - or digital edition/replica - of the 5th June edition of TWT can be reached here: https://weeklytimes.com.au/the-weekly-times-twt-5th-june-2019/ And the most current edition of TWT is always reachable using this short address: bit.ly/OurTWT

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VOL. 98 NO. 22 PUBLISHED 98 YEARS www.weeklytimes.com.au

P.O. BOX 123, RYDE 1680 PHONE: 9807-6666

ew Ryde Civic Hub Plan

Ryde City Council has endorsed new plans to commence consultation on the redevelopment of the Ryde Civic Centre site including a new administration

building and enhanced community facilities. SEE PAGE 10.

WIN! with TWT!

Classic Conjuring Magic Show

Three TWT readers can win Double

Passes to a Classic Conjuring Magic

Show with master close-up magician

Dr Taliesin on Saturday June 15 at

Castlereagh Boutique Hotel Sydney

at 7pm. SEE PAGE 2.

NEXT WEEK:

INSIDE This Week:

Hunters Hill Theatre Passes

Two TWT readers have won Double

Passes to opening night performance

of Hunters Hill Theatre’s new

production Play On! this Friday

June 7 in Hunters Hill Town Hall at

7.30pm. SEE PAGE 2.

WIN! Passes to Hornsby Gang Show

And following week to Cumberland Gang Show.

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Cathie’s Column 4

Letters to Editor .6

Community Bank Party 8, 9

Ryde City Council 11

Parramatta News 13

North Ryde RSL Club 16,17

Real Estate 21

HANDY PHONE GUIDE23-27

Classifieds 28,29

Sports News & Results30-32

• SHUTTERS

• BLINDS

• AWNINGS

• CURTAINS

• MOTORISATION

JB’s World

RYDE COUNCIL has bitten

the bullet and finally agreed to

try and resolve the issue of the

future of the Ryde Civic Centre

site which has been in limbo

since the disastrous Colonel

Pickering led council years

which led the council into the

wilderness of far North Ryde

costing ratepayers millions of

dollars in losses.

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WIN! with TWT!

Master Magician Dr Taliesin’s

Classic Conjuring Magic Show

Three TWT readers can win double passes to a Classic Conjuring Magic

Show with master close-up magician Dr Taliesin on Saturday June 15 at

the Castlereagh Boutique Hotel (169 Castlereagh Street Sydney at 7pm.

Experience the wonders of

magical mysteries and classic

sleight-of-hand with local

Epping-based master closeup

and parlour magician and

member of London’s Magic

Circle, Dr Taliesin in his interactive,

freestyle close-up

magic show Classic Conjuring.

Set in the elegant Art

Deco surrounds of the Castlereagh

Boutique Hotel in

the heart of Sydney’s CBD,

Dr Taliesin’s Classic Conjuring

owes its inspiration

to the great close-up magicians

from the Golden Age

of Magic and beyond, and is

in fact, just a ‘stone’s throw’

away from the original Castlereagh

Street location

where world famous magician

Max Malini premiered

in Australia a little over one

century ago.

Classic Conjuring performances

are set to run

monthly with each show

uniquely tailored to the audience

with sophisticated,

timeless, and spell-binding

magic suitable for all ages

sure to leave audiences baffled,

amused and amazed.

Dr Taliesin, who is also

known to Sydney audiences

for his performances

as a virtuoso violinist with

Camerata Academica of the

Play On @ Hunters

Hill Theatre

Two TWT readers have

won double passes to an

opening night performance

of Hunters Hill Theatre’s

new production Play On!

this Friday June 7 in Hunters

Hill Town Hall, 22 Alexandra

Street, Hunters Hill

at 7.30pm.

Winners are: Karen

Swancott. North Epping

and Gillian Dockrill of Huntleys

Cove.

This laugh-a-minute

comedy tells the story of a

plucky community theatre

group trying desperately

to produce a murder mystery

play with a plot which

doesn’t actually have a

murder, an interfering playwright

who keeps changing

the script and an increasingly

disgruntled cast

and crew.

Presented in three acts,

the audience is witness to

a rehearsal of the dreadful

show ‘Murder Most

Foul’ (Act 1), a disastrous

dress rehearsal (Act II) and

‘Opening Night’ performance

(Act 3), in which an-

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Australian magicians to have

been made a member of the

Magic Circle (London) – one

of the oldest, most exclusive

and prestigious magic societies

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As a magic historian and

theorist, he has lectured at

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for seniors, students

and groups of ten or

more available.

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family / group of four. Bookings

essential 0459 577 110

or visit www.ClassicConjuring.com.au

TO WIN go to our website

- weeklytimes.com.au - and

click on the WIN with TWT

tab and fill out the entry

form; or write your name,

address and phone number

on the back of an envelope

and send to TWT Magic

Show, PO Box 123, Ryde

1680. Entries close 9am

Monday June 10 and winners

published June 12.

Friday and Saturday evenings

at 7.30pm and matinees

Saturday and Sunday

at 2pm.

Bookings can be made

online at www.huntershilltheatre.com.au

or over

the phone 9879 7765.

Pennant Hills

VIEW luncheon

Pennant Hills VIEW Club

meets for lunch on the second

Tuesday each month

at Oatlands Golf Club at

11am.

Guest speaker at June

11 meeting is Faye Yarroll,

who’ll talk on Cochlear Implants.

Visitors and new members

welcome. Bookings

Margaret 9873 2402.

Chanterelle String

Quartet Music Concert

LANE Cove Music will stage its next concert

on Tuesday June 25 in Lane Cove Mowbray Anglican

Church, 19 Rosenthal Avenue, Lane Cove

(behind Post Office) at 7.30pm.

Concert features the Chanterelle String Quartet comprising

artists from the Sydney Symphony Orchestra:

violinists Fiona Ziegler and Leone Ziegler; Jane Hazelwood

(viola) and cellist

Adrian Wallis.

Program includes Fandango - Luigi Boccherini, an arrangement

of the Spanish guitar quintet movement;

Quartet in C major K465 - W. A. Mozart, with its joyous

Allegro; Libertango and Oblivion - Astor Piazolla, popular

listening! String Quartet in F major K158 - W.A. Mozart,

one of his light earlier quartets; Four Pieces - Frank Lalor,

with lovely melodies and lively rhythms.

Admission $25 at door, school children FREE. Enquiries

Christine 9428 4287 or Rosalie 9427 4651.

http://www.lanecove.fmca.org.au/

South Coast

Coach Trip

Ryde Lantern Club have

organised a fun day trip to

South Coast beaches from

Sydney to Kiama on Friday

August 30.

Touring in a 61 seat luxury

coach, enjoy mountains and

beaches to Kiama Blow Hole

with friendly people.

Cost is $45 per head and

includes morning tea, coffee

and biscuits.

Depart St Anne’s Church

in Church Street Ryde at

8.30am.

Lunch (at your own cost) at

Shellharbour Workers Club

($20 per head) includes tea

and coffee with reserved

table seating (choice of hot

meals and sweets). All welcome.

Funds raised will be directed

to The Royal Institute

for Deaf & Blind Children at

North Rocks. For bookings

and further information contact

Robert Anderson 0418

552 532.

Indigenous Art

Exhibition

A new Indigenous art exhibition

is currently on display

at the Murama Healing Space

at Sydney Olympic Park.

The Healing through Belonging

exhibition features

more than 30 artworks by 20

community and professional

artists.

Artworks include carved

emu eggs, a woven eel trap,

digital stories, clay sculpture,

ceramics, paintings and poetry.

The exhibition will run for

the next two weekends (June

8-9 and June 15-16). People

can also take a free guided

Indigenous cultural heritage

tour led by young Aboriginal

“River Rangers”. There’ll also

be free Indigenous cultural

activities and performances.

The project has been developed

in close partnership

with the local Aboriginal community,

under the guidance of

local indigenous man Dr John

Hunter.

Eastwood Ladies

Probus Birthday

Eastwood Ladies Probus

will celebrate their 31st

Origin Games Night

at Denistone Sports

DENISTONE Bowling Sports Club will host an All 3

State of Origin Games Night on Wednesday June 5 at

59 Chatham Road Denistone on three big televison

screens from 7.15pm.

Featuring Sports Trivia with great prizes - FREE beer

to be won plus free half time munchies. For further

details contact 9874-3650.

anniversary with a luncheon

on Tuesday June 18 at

Ryde Eastwood Leagues

Club from 10.15am.

Over this period the club

has flourished, offering

members varied activities,

outings, theatre parties and

annual holidays. Meetings

are held on the third Tuesday

each month at Ryde

Eastwood Leagues Club

with interesting and engaging

guest speakers.

Any interested retired

lady, who is looking for social

activities in a friendly

atmosphere should contact

president Pam 0414 990

505 or secretary Margaret

0405 735 797.

Grandparent

Carers Supported

Play Group

A Multicultural Grandparent

Carers Supported play-

Group is held each Tuesday

during school term at

North Ryde Community

Church back hall (through

the white gate next to car

park) at 4 Cutler Parade

North Ryde from 10am to

12 noon.

Morning tea provided.

Come and enjoy a cup of

tea or coffee while your

grandchild plays! Child

friendly venue with fun indoor

and outdoor activities.

Easy parking next to

venue. This project is supported

by funding from

City of Ryde & Multicultural

NSW.

Enquiries 9888 3380.

Your Chamber of

Commerce Meets

EPPING: Chamber enquiries

President Tony

Hackett 9869-8900; 0418

413 226 or secretary

Betty Ockerlander 8876-

5888.

EASTWOOD: Meet

second Monday each

month. Next meet June

10. Enquiries president

Vic Tagg 0412 369

510 or secretary Steve

Colquhoun 9874-0221.

GLADESVILLE: Enquiries

President Max

McFarlane email: max.

mcfarlane@skywardfinancial.com

WEST RYDE: Enquiries

President Nora Etmekdjian

0417 699 955.

DRUMMOYNE: Meet

first Wednesday each

month. Next meeting

June 5. Enquiries Secretary

Alex Elliott 0438 774

323 or Vice President

Paul Harcombe 0438

089 900.

RIVERSIDE BUSINESS

CHAMBER: Enquiries

Sabrina Ferguson 0412

096 525 or Marcella Letteri

9952-8498.

Open Weekend at historic

Eryldene House & Garden

Eryldene Historic House & Garden at 17

McIntosh Street Gordon will hold an Open

Weekend this Saturday June 8 and Sunday June

9 from 10am to 4pm. Take a tour of Eryldene

House and hear the stories of the Waterhouse

Family. Enjoy the Camellia sasanquas and early

Camellia japonicas in bloom plus home-made

refreshments from the Garden Caf, that will be

open for light refreshments.

FREE entry for members of the Eryldene Trust,

HHA and NT;

$12 non-members; $10 concession; $5 children

(6-15yrs); $30 family. Eryldene Sunday Afternoon

Teas - two sittings 1pm and 2.30pm. Cost $37

non-members: $25 members; $12 children (6-

12yrs) includes entry. Tea bookings essential.

Book at www.ticketebo.com.au/eryldene or

visit website http://www.eryldene.org.au to find

a booking form.

Labour

saving devices

Eastwood Evening Garden

Club will hold their Members

Night next Tuesday June 11

in the Sydney Gospel Church

hall (formerly Dundas Baptist

Church Hall), 154 Marsden

Road, Dundas at 7.30pm.

There’ll be a talk about labour

saving devices. Bring

and buy table. Choose a

plant from cutting table. Visitors

welcome. Enquiries Ailsa

9874 2306.

Calling all Former

Scouts & Guides

Keep Alive the Spirit

of Scouting & Guiding with the

St George’s Guilds meeting at historic

“Addington” 813 Victoria Road Ryde

Sydney Guild meets Tuesdays:

Inquiries Doris Carrall 0425 223 628

John F Booth AM 9807 6666

Visitors welcome but RSVP for seating & catering.

SUNDAY jUNe 16

2pm - 4pm

Special exhibitions of Scouting, Girl Guide

and Guild memorabilia on display

Open Days 3rd Sunday February-November

Admission FREE - Afternoon Teas served

Inquiries:

Doris Carrall 0425 223 628

Lyn Donald 0402 256 920

Ron Paton 0418 408 323

St George’s Guilds

in Australia

Combined

Pensioners and

Superannuants

Gladesville Ryde Combined

Pensioners meet on

the third Wednesday each

month at Gladesville RSL

Club from 10am.

Next meeting June 19.

All pensioners and superannuants

are invited to be

in attendance. Enquiries

Ron Gee 9809-3066.


QUEEN’S

BIRTHDAY

HONOURS

FULL LOCAL LIST NEXT WEEK

FULL LOCAL LIST SEE PAGES 8 & 9

JB’s World

WOOLLY DRAWERS

on! Gee snow and ice everywhere

and early start to the

ski season…where are all

you global warming merchants

when we need you?

And what about that

Queensland State Government

spending hundreds

of thousands of dollars like

confetti bringing back that

fraudster Al Gore to try and

brainwash the kids again.

Where is that other hoaxer

Flannery when you need

him – even if only to stick

pins in his effigy!

* * *

CLIMATE REALISTS

of Five Dock present Sydney

University’s Professor

R Ivan Kennedy on “Is the

IPCC’s Focus on carbon dioxide

confusing cause with

effect?” tomorrow night

Thursday June 6 at 7.45pm

at Barnwell Park Golf Club,

551 Lyons Road West, Five

Dock.

Pre-meeting dinner available

at Carmen’s restaurant

from 6.30pm. All welcome,

free admission.

JIMMY SHAW heads

This Week’s JB’s Birthday

Honours List (not the

Queen’s Birthday List!)

celebrating 93 times around

the sun and on Environment

Day to his delight.

Dorothy Nichols is another

special birthday today

resident at New Horizons

North Ryde celebrating 97

Golden years with special

greetings and truckloads of

love from Margaret, Ernie,

Sarah, Stephen, Kylie,

Kate, Steve, Stephanie,

Mia, Greg, Katherine,

Narelle, Eddie, Dan and

Carley plus, plus and plus!

Bill Dillon goes one even

better turning 99 today celebrating

with his better half

Phyllis 73 years wedded

bliss on Saturday.

In the younger brigade

we have the lovely Emma

Kohen gaining the key of

the door turning twentyone

and celebrating with

Mum Jenny, Dad Kim and

younger brother Matthew

and friends today.

Elaine Collis our golden

service JP celebrates tomorrow

same day as Noelene

Berther Gorman formerly

of Bribie Island and mother

of Sharon, Russell and Jason

of entertainment fame

same day as another budding

entertainer Frances

Madden.

David Knight son and

heir of Dr John F Knight

AM of Merry Medic fame

and founder of Medi Centre

Foundation of Eastwood’s

Vimiera Village blows out

the candles on his birthday

cake also tomorrow assisted

by dad and family and

friends.

HRH Prince Philip celebrates

98 royal years on

Monday in company with

Ryde Rotary’s Victoria

Gouel and Victoria Blichfeldt

turning 25.

Hunters Hill Councillor

Justine McLaughlin celebrates

on Tuesday same day

as Sylvia Abboud better

half of Tony Abboud of real

estate fame and Danielle

Allen the beautiful bride of

Rev Dean Ken Allen who is

also a longtime active member

of Ryde Rotary Club.

And Waly Allen celebrates

89.

Evergreen Peg Saunders

OAM who still worries the

soulcases out of folks at St

Charles Borromeo church

Ryde notches up 87 next

Wednesday same day as

Nathanael William Dale

turns eight eldest son of

Rev Paul Dale and Rachel

at Church by the Bridge at

Kirribilli. Happy daze all.

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BUMPER STICKER:

The more people I meet

the more I like my dog!

* * *

Keep Smiling!

- JOHN F BOOTH

Ryde City Mowers

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The Weekly Times has tracked down a direct descendant of the Woods family,

whose Gladesville store is featured on the front cover of the new book: A Brief

History Of Hunters Hill.

Wednesday 6 June, 2019 THE WEEKLY TIMES 5

Surprise Birthday Present for Cath’s 90th Birthday

Woods store descendant delighted with new history book

Catherine Woods celebrated her ninetieth

birthday at her North Ryde home yesterday

(Tuesday) and was thrilled to see the historic

photograph of her grandfather’s produce

store.

“Francis Wood was famous for his produce

which was grown right here in North Ryde,

where I have lived for the last 61 years,” she

said.

“I remember this wonderful store, which stood

on the corner of Victoria Road and Cowell

Street until the 1960s and although it changed

hands in these years the Woods sign remained.

“When this cover photograph was taken the

Woods store would have provided the whole

of the Hunters Hill municipality with food and

probably with fresh flowers which were grown

in the streets around where I live now and have

names such as Ivy, Lily and Tulip.

“Back then these streets were just dirt roads

and the book cover photograph also shows

that Victoria Road was a dirt road.”

Catherine Woods is from the Power family

and changed her name to Woods when she

married another Francis Woods.

PICTURED: Catherine Woods holds the

new book - A Brief History Of Hunters Hill

– which depicts her grandfather’s Gladesville

store on the cover. TWT on-the-spot

PHOTO

“My late husband was born in Wharf Road,

Gladesville and would have known the Woods

store well,” she said.

The story goes that the Woods family came

out here from England to start the store and I

would love the Hunters Hill Historical Society

to find out more about our famous family.”

The Weekly Times has ten copies

of the book for TWT readers to win.

TO WIN go to our website – weeklytimes.

com.au – click on the win with TWT tab and

fill out the entry form or write your name,

address and phone number on the back

of an envelope and send it to TWT Hunters

Hill History Book, PO Box 123, Ryde 1680.

Entries close Monday Monday, June 24.

Shock Death of

Doris Carrall

Ryde community is

shocked by the sudden

passing of Doris Carrall

of Gladesville and

of Ryde Arthritis and St

George’s Guild of former

scouts and guides

note.

Doris was an energetic

community worker with

Ryde Council Access

committee, Westpac

former employees, Arthritis

Foundation and

Scouting to name a few.

Please check The

Weekly Times online for

funeral arrangements

when made.

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ROSS McDONALD ‘RUSTY’ RUSSELL OAM funeral is Wednesday June

19 at 11am at St John’s Anglican Church, Cox’s Road, North Ryde. Wake

will be afterwards at North Ryde RSL Community Club.

Rusty is pictured with his now reunited love Phyl and Wendy Baden-

Powell granddaughter of the founder of Scouting and Guiding Lord Robert

Baden-Powell of Gilwell at the Russell North Ryde home. TWT on-the-spot

PHOTO.


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Walking together

with courage

Dear Sir,

Every year National Reconciliation

Week gives the

Australian community a

chance to raise awareness

and have an open discussion

of issues facing Aboriginal

and Torres Strait

This year the theme of the

2019 Reconciliation Week is

Grounded in Truth: Walk Together

with Courage.

Reconciliation is ultimately

about building effective relationships

between Aboriginal

and Torres Strait Islander people

and other Australians. In

order to do this we must have

an open conversation about

our history that is grounded

in truth.

It is important to engage

with Aboriginal history and

culture and the only way we

heal is to acknowledge the

truth of our past.

Teaching our Aboriginal and

Torres Strait Islander young

people about their culture

and history is so important for

building connections to their

HUNTER’S HILL COUNCIL

HUNTER’S HILL COUNCIL

NOTIFICATION OF DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION

In accordance with the provisions of Part 6.1

Notification Policy of Hunters Hill Consolidated

Development Control Plan 2013, notice is hereby

given that Council is in receipt of the following

Development Application:

DA No. Site Proposal

2019-1043 7-9 Ryde Road,

Hunters Hill

Demolish existing

dwellings and

construction of

a residential flat

building of two

and three level

over basement

carparking

The plans and supporting documentation may be

inspected at the Customer Service between 8.30 am

and 4.30 pm, Monday to Friday. Written submissions

will be received up until 4.00pm 5 July 2019 and all

enquiries may be directed to Senior Development

Officer, Mr Kerry Smith on 9879 9412.

Letters to the Editor

communities and families.

We don’t shy away from

our history; rather we believe

that there is courage in truth

and that we’re all walking this

journey together.

I encourage all Australians

to continuously learn about

our country’s cultural history

and to be culturally aware.

Through all of our services

at Youth Off The Streets we

encourage our young people

to attend cultural events, participate

in programs and learn

about the world’s oldest culture

and they take immense

value from this.

As part of our dedication to

reconciliation, we have created

a Reconciliation Action

Plan to ensure all our staff are

culturally aware and formally

trained in cultural competencies

and will actively embrace

the principals and practices of

reconciliation.

This Reconciliation Week

we must be grounded in truth

and walk together with courage.

Father CHRIS RILEY

CEO and Founder at

Youth Off The Streets

How Good is TWT!

Dear Sir,

How good is TWT!

How good is John Booth!

Every edition of TWT features

articles, photos, editorial

coverage and reporting

on community events.

Charities, Community organisations

- Rotary, Lions,

Probus, Scouts and local

Churches are all supported

equally by promotion of upcoming

events or by reports

on community functions.

Driving this community

engagement through TWT

is John Booth and his staff.

The EVERYbody Dance

Now Disco is just one of the

many community events suupported

by TWT.

On behalf of those that attend

the Disco and the volunteers

who organise it we

want to acknowledge the

media coverage provided

by TWT, and express how

grateful we are for the encouragement

it gives us to

continue this valuable community

activity.

The concept of an All-

Abilities Disco was launched

over three years ago to provide

a social activity for people

of all abilities.

Four Discos are held

each year, many featuring

themes: Hawaiian, Christmas

in July and a spectacular

Disco on Ice at Macquarie

Ice Rink.

The Disco attracts 80

- 100 dancers from community

homes, supported

accommodation and local

residents.

Many of the guests are accompanied

by Care Workers

and volunteers from Summer

Foundation, Achieve,

Northcott, Royal Rehab,

Seton Villa and Cerebral

Palsy Alliance who join with

other local residents to enjoy

the Disco experience.

The EVERYbody Dance

Now Disco is hosted at

North Ryde Golf Club on selected

Saturday dates from

4.00pm - 6.00pm.

The Disco features DJ Joe

and also offers a hair, makeup

and fingernail makeover

for guests who arrive prior to

the start of the Disco.

The next Disco is on Saturday

August 3.

John Booth and TWT

have provided promotion

and support for the Disco

for the benefit of the Ryde

community from day one.

How Good is TWT and

John Booth!

Thank you on behalf of the

volunteer committee and all

who attend the Disco.

JULIE HILL and

JIM TOWERS

Ryde & Hunters Hill

Lisa Miscamble

GENERAL MANAGER

LETTERS

Welcome

TWT welcomes letters

from our readers. Full

name, address and

telephone number

MUST be supplied, even

if not for publication.

Send to: TWT PO Box

123, Ryde 1680 or email:

contactus@weekly

times.com.au

Ryde Council

extra special

rates hike

Dear Sir,

Ryde City Council is

planning to rake in an

extra $12.55 million from

all rateable properties in

Ryde via a Special Rate

Variance for the 2019/20

financial year (and ongoing).

Ratepayers will have

missed it, not just because

of the federal election but

because Council failed to

mention it in their advertising

which concentrated on

small projects about the

place.

You have to look hard to

find the Draft Delivery Plan

2019-2023.

I don’t believe it is a pox

on Ryde residents by a Labor

controlled council for

not voting ALP in the state

election but instead a way

of paying for some truly

extravagant and wasteful

spending by council.

In shades of Stuart Ayres

and the football stadium

Mayor Laxale wants to

spend seven or eight million

dollars to tear down a two

story building at Christie

Park and put up a new first

class building for soccer

administrators (plus some

open futsal courts)…and

Cr Laxale wants you to pay

for it!

The thing about Special

Rate Variances is that there

is no drop back the next

year, they continue indefinitely.

Unfortunately your time for

making submissions about

the proposed rate increase

has past (May 31 closure) so

get out your cheque books.

FRANK RAYNER

Boronia Park

(EDITOR’S NOTE: Frank

Rayner is a former Ryde

Alderman and Accountant)

Questioning climate

‘scientific facts’

Dear Sir,

Climate science violates

the basic precepts of science.

There are two key pillars of

science.

First, it doesn’t matter how

many “scientists” believe

something.

All of them could be proven

wrong by a single new

scientific theory or experiment.

Science is always tentatively

proven, and it is incumbent

on everyone who

calls himself a scientist to

ask questions even about

things that are “settled”.

The great physicist Richard

Feynman rightly said,

“Science is the belief in the

ignorance of experts”.

Scientists must continually

question everything and

everybody.

FRANK BRUS

Five Dock

Mayhem outside

community centre

Dear Sir,

As a resident of the

West Ryde Central Square

apartment building on

Anthony Road, situated

directly opposite the

Community Centre, life is

normally relatively quiet

and peaceful, but on Saturday

evening May 25, the

opposite was the case.

A social event had taken

place in the Community

Centre on that evening involving

a very large number

of guests.

It ended approx 11.15 pm

when the guests started to

spill out onto the street to

make their way home.

Unfortunately, the crowd

lingered en masse, creating

a lot of noise with high

pitched shouting, many

people chatting simultaneously,

etc, that the deafening

din easily penetrated the

double glazed windows and

balcony doors fitted to our

building

I speak on my behalf,

along with that of the many

residents with young families

living within the building,

whom I suspect, were

also badly affected by the

disruption, so very late in

the evening.

While it is recognised that

such events are essential

for creating and engendering

goodwill and respect

within the community, I ask

all those concerned, to pass

on a little of your good will

and respect at such future

events to all Anthony road

residents.

WALT BISHOP

West Ryde

Apology for Myall

Creek massacre

Dear Sir,

It almost went unnoticed,

NSW Labor’s policy

pre-election announcement

that there would be

an apology for the Statesponsored

massacres of

Indigenous people.

This is historic. If only we

could all see what enormous

good could flow.

At Myall Creek, truly a

massacre of the innocents

in 1838, I have witnessed

astonishing reconciliation

based on a simple, if difficult,

apology of the heart.

That is why from Sydney

I keep returning every June

long weekend for the commemoration.

It is now twenty

years. It is like entering

another place, a far bigger

space, a far better country.

The NSW Liberal party

grant process also saw Myall

Creek receive $1m towards

an iconic cultural and

educational centre at the

site. Labor Party policy is to

commit $3m.

The Myall Creek story did

not finish in 1838. It is ongoing,

and we are all writing

the next chapters.

GRAEME CORDINER

Gladesville

Amazing

experience

at MCC AGM

Hunters Hill Guest Column

My first encounter with

Paris included Notre Dame

MY FIRST visit to Paris

was exactly 50 years

ago.

I was a 20 years-old

student visiting and

staying with my second

cousin married to a

French lady.

Everything that

has previously been

dreamed of was now

becoming part of my

experience, as per my

reveries about seeing

the whole world.

I knew the paradise

is out somewhere

there, and I didn’t know

exactly where.

So, my plan was to

simply cover the whole

globe.

Needless to say, my

first encounter with

Paris had to include

Notre Dame.

* * *

THE CATHEDRAL left

an indelible impression

and during my

forthcoming numerous

visits to the city of light

I never failed to go visit

Our Lady, elegant, tacit

and slightly aloof.

In 2011 I had an

exhibition of my icons

near Lyon.

A friend referred me

to Bishop Jean-Yves

Riocreux who was

the Bishop and Dean

of Notre Dame for

12 years, well known

and beloved by his

parishioners.

He is now Monsignor

and is based in the

Caribbean.

Dear Sir,

Those who attended the

Macquarie Community

College Annual General

Meeting Thursday May 23

were treated to an “Out of

this world experience”.

CEO Theresa Collignon

was thrilled to tell the meeting

that the College had

posted its second profit

in two years and the College

had increased its government

RTO funding as

claimed in the Director’s

Report, by a million dollars

to the highest in MCC’s history.

What the succession of

presenters failed to say was

that with all the wonderful

news, the gross revenue of

the college decreased from

$6.75m to $4.12m and profit

for the year had fallen by 80

percent!

More to the point, the

$38,521 “profit” included

$81,617 in bank interest

from college reserves and

$240,717 in “other income”

derived almost entirely from

renting college property.

With that taken into account,

the “trading profit” of

the college in real terms was

not a profit but a loss of over

$280,000.

Naturally, these comments

were not well received, nor

was the reminder that with

$10m of college assets the

$38,000 is a paltry return in

anyone’s language.

It goes without saying

that the prime purpose of

the community college is

to provide education but

what is beyond belief that

this organisation which was

an outstanding provider of

education for fifteen years,

making handsome profits

which it returned to the

community, is incapable of

managing its affairs to call

itself a “ghost” of a business.

Later in the meeting when

chairman Dr Jennifer Green

was reminded that the

College had four failed attempts

to change the outdated

2003 Constitution,

she extended an invitation

for assistance to resolve the

impasse.

My offer to help was rejected

because “some

members would probably

disagree with my recommendations”.

It is quite obvious that

the Board and executive of

To The POINT

with MICHAEL GALOVIC

The good bishop

wanted to see my icons

and potentially acquire

something for his new

parish outside Paris.

We met just outside

Notre Dame: the

Bishop, a dear friend

Harry Bauer who was

with me at the time,

and I.

The vivacious and

locacious bishop took

us inside, bypassing

many tourists and

led us into parts

and chambers only

the priests and their

helpers are allowed to

be in.

He saw the icons, we

chatted briefly and then

abruptly he said he had

to leave for another

engagement but we

should not worry, just

find our way out on our

own.

Harry and I looked at

each other, surrounded

by the most beautiful

mediaval treasuries,

entirely unguarded.

We were gobsmacked

by the trust Bishop

Riocreux had bestowed

upon us but gradually

made our way out which

was far more difficult

than we imagined due

to the cathedral’s inner

sanctum maze.

* * *

Macquarie Community College

is incapable of managing

its affairs.

Its only solution is to keep

members in the dark and

when they have no other

option, to feed them on

false and misleading information.

GEORGE PAPALLO

OAM JP FAITD

CEO of Macquarie Community

College 1994-2009

Buck passing on

NDIS funding

Dear Sir,

I sincerely empathise

with Judy Nicholas (Letters

May 29 2019).

So, when the symbol

of all medieval beauty

her, not only the French

people, went into flames

and remained forever

scarred, I gasped for

relief, shook my head

and became one of the

many who went into

of two French fermale

saints: Saint Joan of Arc

This seems to have

been my way to pay

tribute to the everlasting

THIS

was in

LAST

Paris was

time

one

I

of those memorable

events for life.

of Europe,

structure

belongs to

the

which

all who

noble

now

love

deep lament.

Somehow,

of working

instead

several

previous

I embarked

on

commissions

on painting

and

the

Saint

patron

Genevieve,

of Paris

herself.

beauty

which

of

had

a country

our lives

enriched with so

many exquisite and

extraordinary pieces

of art, architecture and

music.

My homage to France

through hommmage a

Notre Dame.

MICHAEL GALOVIC

is a prominent Hunters

Hill icon artist

In March the NDIS also

cut out, without any warning

or reason, funding for a

life saving product that they

had funded for the previous

two years.

Without this product my

son cannot even have a

drink of water without choking.

He has multiple physical

and intellectual disabilities

and cannot afford the

monthly cost of this product

on a pension.

I have since learned, from

other sources, that the NDIS

have tried to palm off this

funding to the State Health.

State Health state they

cannot provide the funding

for this product because it

is definitely a disability issue

and therefore an NDIS funding

responsibility.

The victims of the “cheap

shot” are the vulnerable

people with severe disabilities

who cannot speak for

themselves and whose lives

are at risk.

Someone in the Morrison

Government thought

they could justify changing

the NDIS policy of “no one

would be worse off under

the NDIS” just so they

could boast a surplus in the

budget.

Where does this leave

my son and many others

like him? This causes

stress not only on them

but families and carers

MARILYN JONES

Ryde

Testing for excess

iron overloads

Dear Sir,

Is the world pumping too

much iron? June 3 marks

the start of World Haemochromatosis

Week.

Haemochromatosis is the

most common genetic disorder

in Australia and causes

your body to absorb too

much iron from food.

It is easy to test, simple to

treat but tragic to ignore because

the excess iron overloads

body tissues, damages

organs and can cause premature

death.

Many people suffer the effects

of haemochromatosis

without being diagnosed

because early symptoms are

common with other conditions

and include tiredness

and aching joints.

When detected early

haemochromatosis can be

managed easily through

blood donations and is no

barrier to a normal life or life

expectancy.

Find out if this is you

at www.ha.org.au

DR DIANNE PRINCE

President,

Haemochromatosis

Australia


Wednesday 6 June, 2019 THE WEEKLY TIMES 7

They said my father

was a frog, but I love

him with all my heart

A LOVE of beauty and a fear of being abandoned are the powerful

themes in a new book written by Hunters Hill octogenarian Margaret

“Mimi” Scrivener.

Titled - Mimi, A Memoir –

this autobiography traces

her life from a Bohemian

childhood in Double Bay

to her current life in one

of Hunters Hill’s historic

homes.

The book is exclusively

available at the Ironwood

Coffee Company at 102

Woolwich Road, Woolwich

and retails for $32.

What readers get for this

modestly priced memoir

is a lifetime of memories

that start with the childhood

loss of her beloved

and flamboyant father

and artist Marius Helsen

through to her marriage to

elite Sydney surgeon Barrie

Scrivener.

“Initially I was inspired

to write this book because

I want my family to know

about my father who was

French, very charming,

very talented and very

handsome but who was

also a philanderer,” Mimi

said.

“In those days French

people and French culture

were not as appreciated

in Australia as they are today,

so he was also called

a frog and subject to all

sorts of insults.

“But I love my father

with all my heart and my

wonderful childhood in

Double Bay was in every

way the Bohemian lifestyle

with artists, writers

and journalists visiting our

home all the time.”

Mimi’s life took a turn

for the worse when her

father left for a business

career in Fiji and she was

sent to live with horrid foster

aunts in Drummoyne.

“When I was seven and

my mother bedridden

and my father long gone,

I lived with this family of

old sour old spinsters and

one of them delighted in

the art of being nasty and

would say horrible things

about my father,” Mimi

said.

“But I had a penchant for

being abrupt and confrontational

and I defended

my father fiercely.”

Her close bond to her

father brought with it a

love of art and beauty as

well as a lifelong fear of

being abandoned by the

one she loves.

If the saying is true that

daughters with a strong

bond to their fathers will

marry men who are like

their fathers, than Mimi’s

story proves that saying

to be true.

“I was a nurse and I fell

madly in love with my husband

the first time I saw

him, it was love at first

sight, like a thunder clap!”

“Like my father he was

handsome, talented and

charming but just like my

father he, too, was a philanderer.

“Here, again, the theme

of abandonment comes

into my book.”

Abandonment does not

triumph and Mimi’s exceptional

career takes

her through a menagerie

of adventures from her

establishment of a small

French language school

to her management of an

French restaurant in Glebe

called Petit Bacchus.

“I have also restored 14

heritage houses and have

worked with three famous

architects,” she said.

“This is also why I have

written this book, so people

can see that there is

always hope in times of

adversity and there will

always be beautiful things

in life.”

Now retired in a Circa

1911 home, Mimi pursues

her love of beauty in the

creation of an award winning

garden.

“I do hope that if readers

get one thing from

Author Margaret “Mimi” Scrivener is pictured at her home in Hunters Hill with her memoirs. TWT onthe-spot

PHOTO

this book, it is the importance

of being prepared to

speak your truth because,

ultimately, only good can

come of it.”

The book’s cover illustration

is by artist Jamie

Preisz.

Mayor launches Hunters Hill history book

Ten TWT readers can win copies of a new full colour

book that traces the history of Hunters Hill -

launched at Hunters Hill Town Hall by Mayor Mark

Bennett last week.

The book titled “A Brief History

Of Hunters Hill” has been compiled

by the Hunters Hill Historical

Society and was praised by

Mayor Bennett as a companion

guide for people who go on the

Hunters Hill Heritage Walks.

The Society of which I am

the patron has worked tirelessly

over many years over many

years running our museum and

also collecting and disseminating

matters of historical interest

to our local community,” he

said.

“I therefore acknowledge

the hard work of the Society in

preparing this book and I also

acknowledge the generous donation

from the Mostyn Family

Foundation which enabled this

project to proceed.

“Please enjoy reading about

the history of our beautiful municipality

which was founded in

1861.”

Hunters Hill Historical Society

President Chris Schofield said

the Society is delighted to present

this quality publication.

“For those living here and for

those who are visiting, this book

provides essential and interesting

information about the people

and the places over the centuries

that have made this area

so special,” he said.

“As you learn more about the

heritage of the Hunters Hill Municipality,

there is no doubt you

will come to further appreciate

the unique charms.

“We are grateful to one of our

members, Dr Beverley Sherry,

for permission to reproduce the

text of her essay on Hunters

Hill.”

TO WIN go to our website -

weeklytimes.com.au - and click

on the WIN with TWT tab and

fill out the entry form; or write

your name, address and phone

number on the back of an envelope

and send to TWT Hunters

Hill History, PO Box 123, Ryde

1680. Entries close 9am Monday

June 17 and winners published

June 19.

WIN! with TWT!

Pictured at the Hunters Hill Town Hall with

the new book - A Brief History Of Hunters Hill

are Richard Mostyn, Dr Beverley Sherry, Mayor

Mark Bennett and Hunters Hill Historical Society

President Chris Schofield. TWT on-thespot

PHOTO

HUNTER’S HILL COUNCIL

HUNTER’S HILL COUNCIL

HUNTER’S Gai-mariagal HILL Festival COUNCIL

Kelly’s Gai-mariagal Bush Walk Festival and Talk

Local Aboriginal resident, Kelly’s Dave Bush Bird, Walk will lead and two Talkwalks around Kelly’s

Bush in Woolwich. He has an outstanding knowledge of the area, which

Local

has

Aboriginal

a proud Aboriginal

resident, Dave

history.

Bird, will

This

lead

is

two

the

walks

perfect

around

opportunity

Kelly’s Bush

to learn

in

Woolwich. He has an outstanding knowledge of the area, which has a proud

Aboriginal more about history. the This bushland is the perfect plants opportunity and animals to learn as well more as about the the fascinating bushland

plants history and of animals this amazing as well area. as the fascinating history of this amazing area.

When: Saturday Saturday 8 June, 2.00pm-3.30pm

8 June, 2.00pm-3.30pm

Sunday 16 June, 10.30am-12.00 midday

Sunday 16 June, 10.30am-12.00 midday

Where: Meet at Weil Park Hall

Where: Meet at (opposite Weil Park Hall Marist Sisters College, 66a Woolwich Rd,

(opposite Woolwich) Marist Sisters College,

Cost: 66a Woolwich FREE Rd, Woolwich)

Cost: FREE No bookings are required

No bookings are required

For further information please contact Hunter’s Hill Council on

For further information 9879 9449 please or community@huntershill.nsw.gov.au

contact Hunter’s Hill Council on 9879 9449 or

community@huntershill.nsw.gov.au

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GENERAL GENERAL MANAGER MANAGER

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8 THE WEEKLY TIMES Wednesday 6 June, 2019


Wednesday 6 June, 2019 THE WEEKLY TIMES 9

North Ryde Community Bank

celebrates 14 years with Birthday Party

THE North Ryde Community Bank will celebrate a

14th birthday this week.

Located at Shop

14, 203 to 213 in

Cox’s Road Mall,

North Ryde the

North Ryde Community

bank®

Branch boasts a local

heritage and a

commitment to the

local community.

In the last year this

commitment has

seen the North Ryde

Community Bank ®

Branch financially

support several

sporting clubs, art

societies and local

schools.

“Our branch was

set up by the community

and for the

community so we

are always looking

for ways we

can help strengthen

North Ryde,” Chairperson

Michael

Southan said.

Mr Southan said

the locally-owned

and operated

branch had grown

from strength to

strength since it was

established in 2005.

“Thanks to community

support,

and the hard work

of our branch staff,

we have been able

to build the business

steadily over

the past 14 years,”

Southan said.

“We plan to continue

to share this

success with our

community through

future grants programs

and shareholder

dividends.”

Since opening its

doors, North Ryde

Community Bank®

Branch has grown

to boast over $120

million in banking

business with more

than 2,000 customers.

Mr Southan said

North Ryde residents,

traders and

community organisations

appreciate

the local benefits of

banking locally.

“As our profitability

grows, so too does

our ability to channel

our profits into

much-needed community

infrastructure

and services,”

he said.

North Ryde Community

Bank ®

Branch will celebrate

the birthday

with a cake cutting

and coffee morning

and invites the

North Ryde community

to come along

and join in the festivities.

Celebrations will

kick off at North

Ryde Community

Bank ® Branch at

10:00am on 11 June

2019.

For further information

contact 9878

5559.

North Ryde Community Bank Chairman Mike Southan (right) and Gladesville RSL Club director Bob Mavin

present Ryde Carlile swim sensation Robert Thorpe with his TWT Club Six/Ryde Sports Foundation Sports Star

of the Month trophy at this year’s Gala Presentation Dinner at Ryde Eastwood Leagues Club. TWT on-the-spot

PHOTO.

Action on child safety in Gladesville

CHILD SAFETY outside Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic School

in Gladesville could be significantly improved after City of Ryde

councillors passed a motion calling for traffic control measures.

The motion by Clr Roy

Maggio urges Roads

and Maritime Services

to incorporate pedestrian

facilities into the

traffic signals at the

intersection of Victoria

Road and Westminster

Road to allow students

to cross safely outside

their adjacent school.

The motion also

authorises council

staff to liaise with the

school to place bow

tie line marking across

the driveway to the

school on Westminster

Road to ensure unrestricted

access for

delivery vehicles to the

school.

It follows an address

to the council last

Tuesday night by the

Executive Principal of

the school, Peter Watkins

(pictured).

“We have more than

120 families,” he said.

The community supports

the motion for

safety.

“This is a major priority

for the safety of the

whole community who

cross Victoria Road

daily.

“I personally have

seen near misses and

a pedestrian facility

would save lives.

“We urge you to support

this.”

North Ryde Community Bank Branch Manager Pat Italiano (right) and North Ryde RSL Community Club

President Jim Morris present 2018-19 TWT Club Six/Ryde Sports Foundation Encouragement Award recipient

and Hockeyroo Mikaela Patterson with her trophy at this year’s Gala Presentation Dinner at Ryde Eastwood

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10 THE WEEKLY TIMES Wednesday 6 June, 2019

ARE YOU impressed by this?

An artist impression of how the new Ryde Civic Centre could look.

Mayor hails new civic centre as the heart of Ryde

THE City of Ryde community will get a say on the proposed redevelopment of

the iconic Ryde Civic Centre.

City of Ryde councillors

last week endorsed the

community consultation

process on the proposed

new civic centre which

will ensure the Council

retains complete ownership

of the site and will

not increase rates for this

project.

The latest community

consultation comes after

failed attempts by previous

council administrations

to build high rise

residential apartments on

the site with a small civic

component.

Described by Mayor Jerome

Laxale as “The New

Heart of Ryde” the proposed

redeveloped Ryde

Civic Centre site offers

a four-fold increase in

community space without

residential development.

The New Heart of

Ryde will be a low impact

development that

will address the growing

demand within Ryde for

a new and significant accessible

space that will

service a diverse range

of community needs,”

Mayor Laxale said.

“Based on strong community

opposition to

overdevelopment, this

plan will not include

cramming hundreds of

apartments onto the site

as has been previously

proposed.”

Half of the space will

house public meeting

rooms, offices, childcare

facilities, commercial and

retail facilities, a plaza

and open space, on-site

parking and new council

chambers.

The remaining half will

be dedicated to a flexibly-designed

cultural and

community space that

will cater to a large range

of activities from concerts

to theatre groups,

dance classes, study

groups, businesses and

artists among others.

The existing Ryde Civic

Centre is currently vacant

and has been declared to

be unsafe by SafeWork

NSW.

In response to the Safe-

Work declaration, research

was undertaken

by the City of Ryde for

its Community Strategic

Plan and the community

identified a need to plan

for new cultural and community

facilities on the

site.

This research has since

been reinforced by the

feedback the council recently

received from its

Social Plan and Creativity

Strategy community

consultation process.

The City of Ryde has

released indicative images

of how the redeveloped

Ryde Civic

Centre site could look

(pictured) but the community

is welcome to

suggest imaginative

ideas.

Mayor Laxale described

the endorsement of the

community consultation

process as a “landmark

moment” which will “provide

a roadmap” for the

council to create a new

civic and community hub

that is viable and financially

sustainable.

“An upgraded site has

been talked about for a

decade and millions of

dollars have been wasted

by councils of the past,”

he said.

“Now is the time to act

and provide enormous

benefits for the community

for generations to

come.

“Given the importance

of this project I would encourage

all residents to

take part in the community

consultation which

begins this month.”

The proposed redevelopment

will be funded

by a mix of Council Reserves

and a loan to be

serviced primarily by developer

contributions.

Councillor Roy Maggio

has expressed concern

about the loan and

argues that any project

should be funded from

reserves but Mayor Laxale

said he wants to ensure

it is not ratepayers

who have to bear the entire

cost.

The project is financially

sustainable and will

not require an increase

to Council rates, nor will

it require any cuts to be

made to essential services,

“ he said.

The New Heart of Ryde

will also result in the relocation

of Council staff

from the current location

back to the Civic Centre

site, saving ratepayers

millions in annual rental

costs.

The proposed redevelopment

was endorsed by

Council after a number of

scenarios were considered

for the site where

the existing Civic Centre

and Civic Hall is located.

The Civic Hall is the

only active space on the

site and is near the end of

its lifespan.

The Hall will soon be

unusable and vacant,

with the community at a

loss of a large community

space.

“A plan needs to be

made now to continue

the use of this site for our

community and generations

to come,” the Mayor

said.

City of Ryde has declared a State of Emergency!

COUNCILLORS voted by nine votes to two to declare “a state of climate emergency” at last week’s

council meeting and endorsed a statement that climate change represents one of the greatest threats

to humanity and civilisation.

They also warned of “catastrophic

outcomes” if local councils fail to take

emergency action.

“We are already in a climate emergency

and we have until 2030 to minimise

the impact,” The Greens Christopher

Gordon said.

Labor councillors believe there is still

hope of survival and congratulated

those bastions of socialism – Newcastle

City Council and the Inner West Council

– for also declaring a state of climate

change emergency.

“We can reduce emissions, reduce

energy consumption, promote solar energy

and not allow mature trees to be

removed as well as educating businesses

to adopt these practices,” Labor Clr

Penny Pedersen declared.

Liberal councillors Jordan Lane and

Chris Moujalli voted against the emergency

declaration after Clr Lane’s

amendment to the emergency motion

that “..the council expresses regret for

not working with Bennelong MP John

Alexander..” to fight climate change was

defeated.

“It would be madness not to consider

reaching across and working with the

newly elected government,” Clr Lane

said.

“Twenty two million dollars is being invested

by the Federal Government for

on the ground projects and we can receive

up to $150,000.”

Liberal Clr Sarkis Yedelian urged

councillors to set an example by installing

solar roof panels and saving water

in tanks while his Liberal colleague Clr

Trenton Brown warned that climate

change action requires rethinking the

economy.

“Action must be immediate,” he said.

Former Greens Clr Edwina Clifton

mentioned the plight of senior citizens

but linked it to rising food prices as a

result of climate change.

“If we lose food production the price of

food goes up ... we have an ageing population

on set incomes,” she warned.

“But what concerns me the most is

that you will have whole countries unable

to feed their populations.”

The City of Ryde now has an Environment

Department which has been asked

to plan policies and work programs to


Wednesday 6 June, 2019 THE WEEKLY TIMES 11

Eastwood student Lakshman is

a Young Archibald Prize finalist

THIS self portrait of Marist College Eastwood student Lakshman Nitish Ramesh

(pictured) is a finalist in the Young Archibald Prize art competition.

Known as the Young Archies,

this prestigious competition features

the works of Australia’s

brightest young talent with Lakshman’s

self-portrait was selected in

the 16-18 years division.

“He was the only male finalist selected,”

Marist College Eastwood

Principal Anthony Boys said.

“This is the first time a student

from this College has been entered

into a national art competition

of this calibre and it’s wonderful

to know that his beautiful

self-portrait now hangs in the Art

Gallery of NSW.

“Being selected as a finalist in

the ‘Young Archie’ competition is a

massive achievement and a huge

validation of Lakshman’s perseverance

and determination.

“He has also worked diligently at

refining his drawing skills during

his high school years both here at

Marist and this is also a testament

to the dedication, hard work and

talents of the College’s Visual Arts

department.”

Lakshman said his self portrait

expresses his feelings.

“I chose to draw myself as my

life is in my hands and I am responsible

for my own actions,” he

said.

“I drew myself with a neutral expression,

portraying how I feel in

Year 11 with the stress and workload

that comes along with it.

“I drew myself in black and white

to symbolise that I am yet to experience

life to the fullest.

The red, orange and yellow gradient

symbolises my future experiences,

opportunities and life that

will soon fill me with colour.”

He said his passion for drawing

started as a child.

“Drawing helps me relax but I

can only draw when I’m in the right

frame of mind.”

Ten finalists from each age category

are displayed at the Art Gallery

of NSW. Winners will be announced

on August 10, 2019.

Communities Coming Together

for the Greater Good of migrants

By Shereen Khor

THIS coverage is a sequel to “Caring and Catering

at the CWA” (TWT, 17 April 2019).

It was the usual busy first day of a new term at the

Eastwood Uniting Church’s English classes. Apart

from new-student registration and assessment, the

students and volunteer teaching staff had gathered

in the main hall to sing the National Anthem and

I Am Australian, as well as listen to news and reviews.

There was also something special in store: the

ladies from the nearby Country Women’s Association,

Helene Craig and May Peters, had come to

share their famous scones, talk about the CWA’s

close-to-100 years of its founding, and its important

sponsorship/vital support role to country women

and children, especially those living in remote

and drought/flood stricken communities.

The assembly was shown the array of items for

sale: scones, farm-fresh honey, jams and marma-

EASTWODD COMMUNITY NEWS

lade, tea towels and knits, books and sundries,

and invited to visit the tea room which is open

Mondays to Fridays from 10.00am to 3.00pm.

As scones were served, info flyers distributed,

questions asked and answered, the spirit of ‘communities

coming together for the greater good’

was evident in the air.

Volunteers who wish to help at the Rest Centre

Tea Room - please contact Margery East 9868

7432 or Jan Eagleton 9871 2702 for an information/training

session.

The EUC English classes are held during school

terms on Mondays: 9.30-11.00am; Tuesdays:

7.30-9.00pm. All levels from Beginners to Advanced

welcome.

- SHEREEN KHOR

Writer/community volunteer

Your City News

2019 Sustainability Festival

Council to deliver ‘The New

Heart of Ryde’ – without

residential development

The City of Ryde has released

a bold new vision to redevelop

the Ryde Civic Centre site,

without any residential

development.

Described as the ‘The New

Heart of Ryde’, it brings

together 18 months of work in

which we have listened to the

community on what they want

on the site.

Under our plan, the rebuild of

the Ryde Civic Centre site will

result in a four-fold increase

in the amount of community

space, including flexible

performance spaces, meeting

rooms and a function foyer.

This will resolve our chronic

shortage of community space,

while also free up existing

community venues around our

City.

In addition, the redevelopment

plans will result in the

relocation of Council staff back

to the Civic Centre site, saving

ratepayers millions in annual

rental costs.

All this will be achieved with a

guarantee that no residential

development will take place

on the site, with Council also

retaining complete ownership

of the site.

It will also be 100 per cent

financially sustainable,

funded by Council’s

cash reserves and

developer contributions

while not slugging

residents with rate hikes

or cuts to services.

Sincerely,

Shortly, Council will be asking

the community to have their

say on this new and exciting

vision for the Ryde Civic

Centre site.

I would strongly encourage

everyone to take part in this

consultation as every bit of

feedback we receive will go

a long way in shaping the

final concept that will be

considered by Council later in

the year.

Stay tuned for more information.

SWAP applications now open

Applications are now open for

the City of Ryde’s Sustainable

Waste to Art Prize (or SWAP as

it is commonly known).

This unique competition

asks locals to repurpose

their rubbish and recovered

materials into creative pieces

of art, at a time when reducing

waste is more important

than ever.

As in previous years, the City

of Ryde will be staging a series

of free workshops that will

provide tips and guidance on

how you can turn your waste

into a masterpiece.

For more information including

eligibility criteria and dates for

each of the workshops visit

www.ryde.nsw.gov.au/swap.

Applications for SWAP close

on Monday 12 August.

Clr Jerome Laxale Mayor

Phone 9952 8222

mayor@ryde.nsw.gov.au

QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY PUBLIC HOLIDAY CLOSURES

The City of Ryde Customer Service Centre and all five City of Ryde

libraries will be closed for the Queen’s Birthday on Monday 10 June.

After hours chutes will be available at all libraries for your convenience.

The Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre will be open on Monday 10 June

from 9.00am - 5.45pm. Waste collections will continue as usual.

For full details go to www.ryde.nsw.gov.au/holidayhours

SAT

8

JUNE

SUN

9

JUNE

GARAGE SALES

From 9.00am, 170 Princess St, Putney and

13 Suttor Ave, Ryde

From 9.00am, 19 Dempsey St North Ryde and

6 Moria Ave, West Ryde.

List your garage sale for free at

www.ryde.nsw.gov.au/garagesales

Customer Service Centre: 1 Pope Street, Ryde

Locked Bag 2069, North Ryde NSW 1670

P: 9952 8222 E: cityofryde@ryde.nsw.gov.au

CWA ladies: May Peters & Helene Craig

EUC English classes in assembly

/CityofRyde

www.ryde.nsw.gov.au


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Wednesday 6 June, 2019 THE WEEKLY TIMES 13

Parramatta News and Views

Celebrate indigenous culture at the good to see you festival

THE City of Parramatta will host a number of community events over the coming months as part of a unique Indigenous event program

alled Warami, a Darug word meaning “good to see you”.

Events include National Sorry Day, Reconciliation

Week, Burramatta NAIDOC, NRL Indigenous Round

matches and will run until September.

“For more than 60,000 years the Burramattagal people

have called Parramatta home, so it’s wonderful to have

an event program that recognises and celebrates our Indigenous

community and their strong ongoing connection

to the region,” City of Parramatta Lord MayorAndrew

Wilson said.

“Warami also provides an opportunity for the wider

community to come together to learn about and experience

the rich culture and traditions of our local Aboriginal

and Torres Strait Islander people.”

The program kicked off when the Parramatta Eels

played the Penrith Panthers as part of the NRL’s Indigenous

Round at Bankwest Stadium May and featured

a Darug Welcome Ceremony, led by Darug community

leaders Peta Strachan and Jie Pittman, and a performance

featuring traditional dancers and musicians.

Last month’s National Sorry Day was held at Old Government

House in Parramatta Park to acknowledge and

recognise members of the Stolen Generations, Aboriginal

and Torres Strait Islander people and featured as Smoking

and Welcome Ceremonies, storytelling, and music

and dance performances.

The council will now host heritage walks to interactive

installations and a market.

Burramatta NAIDOC returns to Parramatta Park on

Sunday July 14 from 11am to 6pm.

This year’s event, which is themed “Voice, Treaty, Truth

Let’s Work Together For A Shared Future” and will consist

of traditional and contemporary music and dance

performances, market stalls and workshops among other

offerings.

Telopea Park

residents will

get a park say

CITY of Parramatta Council has invited local

residents to have their say about plans to

renew and upgrade Sturt and Acacia parks in

Telopea.

The Council is working closely with various community

stakeholders and is seeking input from residents

to ensure the upgraded parks will meet their needs.

“Council wants to know what residents do and don’t

like about the parks, as well as what features and functionality

they would like to see in these parks in the

future,” City of Parramatta Lord Mayor Andrew Wilson

said.

“Not only will this information help shape a park that

responds to the aspirations of park users, but it will

also help to future-proof recreational facilities and ensure

these green spaces remain a vital part of the community

as Telopea undergoes urban renewal.”

The proposed improvements for community consideration

include upgraded safety features and lighting;

playground equipment replacements; new pathways,

benches and tables; and upgrades to the skate-park,

courts, and amenities building in Sturt Park.

The refurbishments will be delivered under the Sturt

and Acacia Parks Improvement Project, which is funded

by the State Government.

“Quality recreation and green spaces are essential for

community wellbeing. Council hopes that by receiving

feedback and insights from park users and residents,

Sturt and Acacia parks will be well used, safe spaces

that can be fully utilised by people of all ages and abilities,”

Lord Mayor Wilson said.

Interested parties are encouraged to have their say

on Sturt and/or Acacia parks through Council’s online

engagement portal or by attending community drop-in

sessions.

Visit the engagement portal http://oursay.org/cityofparramatta

for information on the dates and locations

of the community drop-in sessions, or to submit feedback

and learn more about the project.

DEVELOPMENT APPLICATIONS

Development Applications

on Public Exhibition

We invite public comment on the following development proposals

before making a decision. The application and accompanying documents

for each proposal (other than internal residential floor plans and

some documents containing signatures or contact details of the

applicant/owner) may be inspected, at:

• Council’s website cityofparramatta.nsw.gov.au;

• Electronically at the Development Counter at Council’s Administration

Building, 126 Church Street, Parramatta, during opening hours;

• Hard copy documents may be viewed at City of Parramatta Library

and the Branch Library located nearest to the development during

opening hours.

Submissions must be in writing and received by Council prior to 4.30pm

on the closing day of the exhibition period. A submission by way of

objection must set out the grounds of the objection. Please send your

submissions to City of Parramatta Council, PO Box 32, Parramatta

NSW 2124.

Any submission and respective reportable political donations made in

regard to this Development Application may be publicly available at

Council Offices subject to a request for access to information under the

Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (GIPA). The release of

the submission received will include the name(s) and address details

provided. You may request for your personal information to be

suppressed by Council. Council will consider this request. An objection

is an opportunity for public involvement in the decision making

process and does not constitute a complaint.

The exhibition period for the following application is from

Wednesday 5 June 2019 to Thursday 20 June 2019.

■■CARLINGFORD

DA/305/2019 801–809 Pennant Hills Road (Lot 100 DP 1020194)

Applicant: A McCallum

Conversion of an existing carpark storage area to a carpark

operating office, control room and staff room.

The exhibition period for the following application is from

Wednesday 5 June 2019 to Thursday 27 June 2019.

■■EPPING

DA/504/2015/A 41 Beecroft Road (Lot 54 DP 1046330)

Applicant: Mr Y P Kim

Section 4.55(2) modification to approved DA/504/2015 for a change

of use to the Level 2 courtyard into a 1-bedroom unit. The

modification proposes:

1. Deletion of Condition No. 36 to allow for the open space of

balcony to be enclosed by the existing roof;

2. ‘Open space’ reduced from 15.87sqm to 10.87sqm so that the

space is reduced to 5m x 1m; and

3. Partition removal between the storeroom and bedroom.

Development Applications Determined

Notice is given in accordance with Section 4.59 of the Environmental

Planning and Assessment Act 1979 of the determination of the

following Development Consents and/or Complying Development

Certificates. These consents/refusals are electronically available for

public inspection without charge during ordinary office hours at the

Development Unit Enquiry Counter on the ground floor of Council’s

Offices at 126 Church Street, Parramatta between 8.30am and 5pm

– Monday to Friday – public holidays excluded.

cityofparramatta.nsw.gov.au

@parracity, @discover_parra

City of Parramatta, Discover Parramatta

Approved – City of Parramatta Council

■■CARLINGFORD

DA/493/2016/A 81 Felton Road (Lot 430 DP 228081)

Section 4.55(1A) modification to approved DA/493/2016 for

demolition of the existing dwelling, tree removal, site works and

construction of a 2-storey dwelling. Modifications include changes

to landscaping consisting of the use of a backfilled pool, retaining

walls and rear deck.

Decision Date: 10 May 2019.

DA/62/2019 32 Kay Street (Lot 13 DP 222057)

Construction of an attached 2-storey dual occupancy with Torrens

title subdivision into 2 lots and an in-ground swimming pool on Lot 2.

Decision Date: 9 May 2019.

■■EASTWOOD

DA/67/2019 23 Central Avenue (Lot 99 DP 8424)

Removal of existing shed and construction of a secondary dwelling

at the rear of the site.

Decision Date: 9 May 2019.

■■EPPING

DA/131/2019 12 Francis Street (Lot 22 DP 6485)

Demolition of existing structures and construction of a 2-storey

dwelling with a secondary dwelling to the rear.

Decision Date: 8 May 2019.

DA/157/2019 84 Carlingford Road (Lot A DP 340047)

Construction of a secondary dwelling at the rear.

Decision Date: 9 May 2019.

Approved – Sydney Central City Planning Panel

■■EPPING

DA/89/2017/C 50 Oxford Street (Lot 2 Sec 4 DP 758390,

Lot 3 Sec 4 DP 758390, Lot 13 Sec 4 DP 758390, Lot 14 Sec 4

DP 758390)

Section 4.55(2) modification to approved DA/89/2017 for alterations

and additions to an educational establishment (Arden Anglican

School) including part demolition, tree removal, earthworks and

construction of a 5-storey school building with roof terrace,

basement car parking for 31 vehicles and associated infrastructure

works and upgrades to include changes to the basement level,

sprinkler booster to Essex Street, changes to front fence along Essex

Street, reduction of the width landscaping along southern boundary

from 2m to 1.2m, internal and external reconfigurations and

changes to approved Condition 7 (buses on-site) and Conditions 28

& 88 (Acoustic Report). The application was determined by the

Sydney Central City Planning Panel.

Decision Date: 8 May 2019.

Refused – Sydney Central City Planning Panel

■■EPPING

DA/485/2016/A 44–48 Oxford Street (Lots A & B DP 390454,

Lots 1 & 2 DP 206646)

Section 4.55(2) modification to approved mixed-use development,

specifically modification of Conditions 1 & 15 of Schedule 2 to

allow for provision of an increased number of car parking spaces

on-site. The application was determined by the Sydney Central City

Planning Panel.

Decision Date: 8 May 2019.

Lord Mayor, Cr Andrew Wilson

Acting Chief Executive Officer, Rik Hart,

126 Church Street, Parramatta NSW 2150

PO Box 32, Parramatta NSW 2124

Phone: 02 9806 5050

Fax: 02 9806 5917


14 THE WEEKLY TIMES Wednesday 6 June, 2019

Eat, Shop and Play at Eden Gardens

EDEN GARDENS is a huge oasis hidden away in Macquarie Park, on the edge of Lane Cove National

Park.

With a lifestyle store, an amazing restaurant, quality plant nursery and a 2.5 acre pleasure garden, Eden Gardens is a

great place to hold your next event or get inspired for your own backyard.

DELICIOUS MEALS AT DRAGONFLY CAFE

The beautiful Dragonfly Cafe

is located within the stunning

grounds at Eden.

Open for breakfast, lunch,

morning and afternoon tea, they

are fully licensed and offer a seasonal

modern Australian menu.

Whether you are dining for

business or pleasure, you are

sure to enjoy a quality meal in

the beautiful restaurant.

With a conservatory style setting

offering both indoor and alfresco

seating they can cater for

any event.

Why not celebrate with friends

and book a high tea in their private

dining room?

Catching up with your book

club or mum’s group, they are

the perfect meeting place and

provide ample off street parking.

The Dragonfly Caf, updates

their menu with seasonal features

and also provides customers

with regular specials

that keep them coming back for

something new.

During June they will be offering

a bacon and egg roll with

coffee for $10 (before 10am

Monday to Friday).

Book a table of six for your

group lunch and get a round of

Aperol Spritz on Eden Gardens!

On Sunday June 30 they will

be offering a scrumptious buffet

breakfast just for something different!

FUNCTIONS AT EDEN

Eden Gardens is also the perfect place

for your next event or function.

With many unique spaces throughout

their enchanted 2.5acre display garden

they offer a variety of options for your

special day.

From a proposal on the wedding lawn

to a ceremony in the amphitheatre, then

photos in the garden followed by a reception

on the terrace, Eden Gardens

really does offer it all.

For the businesses in the area, Eden

Gardens offer a variety of meeting rooms

that can cater for most sized groups.

Meet all day then refresh in the garden

with morning tea – and why not ask

them about a wellness or team building

add on!

It’s not often you can take the boardroom

into the fresh air!

JUNE AT EDEN GARDENS

Kokedama Month - 10% off + workshops.

Kokedama workshops June 16th & 30th.

20% OFF

ANY POT

& PLANT

COMBO

DRAGONFLY CAFE

BIG BOWL SPECIALS

EGG & BACON ROLL + COFFEE $10*

(*only Mon-Fri before 10am)

BRING YOUR EVENT TO LIFE

IN A UNIQUE SPACE AT THE

BEAUTIFUL EDEN GARDENS

Proposals * ceremonies * weddings * parties * high teas

* cocktail parties * baby showers * life celebrations

* group gatherings * corporate meetings & launches

16TH & 30TH JUNE

KOKEDAMA WORKSHOP

16TH JUNE

TERRARIUM WORKSHOP

TIM @ 10AM (SUNDAYS)

*30MIN TALKS WITH OUR

EXPERT TIM ON A RANGE OF

SEASONAL TOPICS

30TH JUNE

THANK YOU DAY

BUFFET BREAKFAST

(members get free barista coffee)

CHECK WEBSITE FOR ALL DETAILS AND TO BOOK.

307 Lane Cove Rd (Cnr Fontenoy Rd) Macquarie Park, NSW, 2113.

www.edengardens.com.au

Our unique spaces include our enchanted 2.5 acre display garden

* amphitheatre * event lawn * private dining room * meeting rooms

* indoor & alfresco dining * fountain terrace

CONTACT US

9491 9976 events@edengardens.com.au

307 Lane Cove Rd (Cnr Fontenoy Rd)

Macquarie Park, NSW, 2113.

www.edengardens.com.au


Wednesday 6 June, 2019 THE WEEKLY TIMES 15

New daily breakfast and lunch

offerings at Cucinetta Woolwich

CUCINETTA in Woolwich now offer a sumptuous Italian-flaired

daily breakfast and Sydney-siders are loving it.

Created by Vincenzo

Mazzotta (pictured), Cucinetta

earned its AGFG Hat

status thanks to a fusion

of northern and southern

Italian flavours rarely seen

in Australia.

Thanks to this, the restaurant

has been garnering

fans from around the

world and with the new

daily breakfast and lunch

offerings, Mazzotta has

enticed a whole new clientele.

Stopping in for a quick

breakfast at an awardwinning

restaurant is

rarely an option anywhere

in the Woolwich area, but

now at Cucinetta you can.

On a chilly morning try

the mouthwatering baked

eggs served with sourdough

with a divine Vittoria

Coffee.

If you’re craving something

sweet, you can’t go

past the fresh croissants

made every day.

Some of Vincenzo’s

most favourite childhood

memories revolve around

Sunday lunch at his Nonna’s

house, where she

was in the kitchen making

Italian classic dishes, that

now inspire Chef Vincenzo’s

menu.

Mazzotta’s food was beloved

long before he added

a daily breakfast sitting

though, and he has one

secret that separates him

from Australia’s numerous

Italian chefs: A rare blend

of flavour profiles.

“My food is a mix of the

Popular Cucinetta dish - baked eggs

served with toasted and lightly oiled

sourdough.

north and south of Italy,

that’s what makes it different

from other restaurants,”

says Mazzotta.

It’s this unique geographical

blend that continues

to surprise and

delight patrons as they

see classic seafood dishes

on the same menu as

crumbed and fried farm

zucchini flowers filled with

cheese.

These days, the talented

chef has created the ultimate

dining experience,

where his diners embark

on a culinary adventure

like no other.

Cucinetta is committed

to bringing back old

school methods. Vincenzo’s

commitment to only

using the best produce,

is one of the reasons why

patrons and locals keep

coming back, a value that

was instilled in him by his

Nonna.

“At Cucinetta, we are

very picky with where we

source our produce. We

only use the best to create

mouthwatering seasonal

dishes. My Nonna used to

make extraordinary dishes

in the kitchen and the

smells and flavors would

always intrigue me”.

Mazzotta’s foods stands

out, and the reason is simple.

“Customers say our food

just tastes better,” says

the head chef. “Our dishes

are unique and exclusive

to Cucinetta, and they’re

always consistent.”

The stunning view of the

Sydney Harbour Bridge

and the exceptionally

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every single customer is

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18 THE WEEKLY TIMES Wednesday 6 June, 2019

Cafe Birkenhead offers

stylish winter dining

at harbourside location

BIRKENHEAD POINT’s Cafe Birkenhead has a special long weekend offer.

Guests who order a Grilled

Barramundi or a steak will

receive a free glass of wine,

a beer or a soft drink.

Cafe Birkenhead has

started the warm and welcoming

new winter menu

which includes pumpkin

soup, Fettucini Gamberi

and risottos.

The enchanting venue has

a warm winter ambience

complete with candles and

a fireplace, and offers a 10

per cent discount to Seniors.

Mothers groups and children

and always welcome.

Cafe Birkenhead is famous

for providing a perfect

dining experience in Birkenhead

Point, Drummoyne,

with water views towards

the city.

Manager and Events Coordinator

Rebeka Toth told

The Weekly Times the new

winter has been especially

selected for cold nights in

June and July.

“When the temperature

drops, we all crave for comfort

foods,” she said.

“In winter we definitely

need hearty dishes to keep

us warm thus we have put

together a list of the carb,

cheese and slow cooked

goodies that will keep you

toasty and warm all through

winter.

“Our healthy winter dishes

give you all the comfort you

want with some good-foryou

ingredients.

“Stay warm during the

colder months and warm

yourself up with a delicious

pumpkin soup, steaming

bowl of creamy pasta or a

tasty brisket risotto full with

rich flavours that guarantees

to help you get through

the chilly period.”

Cafe Birkenhead is fully

licensed with a wide variety

of cocktails, beer, wine and

spirits as well as a tantilising

selection of food prepared

by world class chefs.

“Start your day with freshly

prepared squeezed orange

juice, eggs cooked to your

liking, some of our homemade

toasted sourdough

bread and a freshly brewed

coffee, or pop in during the

day for a selection of deli-

cious sandwiches, salads or

pastas,” she said.

“Our coffee deals are

available all day and include

our Signature Banana

Bread.

The chef creates special

meals every day with a focus

on fresh and hand selected

ingredients to turn

lunch into a unique dining

experience by the harbour.

In winter Cafe Birkenhead

comes alive under fairy

lights.

High Tea offers a special

experience with a marina

view!

“Our Deluxe High Tea

menu allows you to indulge

yourself with a premium

selection of savories and

sweets, accompanied by

sparkling wine and unlimited

tea and coffee, for only

$49 per person.

There are also specials for

Seniors.

“Join us for lunch from

Monday to Friday and get

any main meal with a glass

of house wine, beer or soft

drink for only $25 if you

have a Senior Card.

“Treat yourself with one of

our special dishes like Fettucini

Gamberi, Veal Schnitzel

or Moroccan Lamb

salad.

“In addition, Senior Card

holders get a 10 per cent

discount every day.”

Mums and children are especially

welcome and there

is a Kids Menu that comes

with complimentary colouring

and activity books,

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Wednesday 6 June, 2019 THE WEEKLY TIMES 19

Brothers’ Breakfast at

Holy Cross College Ryde

THE Holy Cross College Ryde Class of 2019

commenced the Big Brother Program before

their Year 7 ‘Little Brothers’ commenced at

the College.

As they finished Primary

School in 2018, each student

received a personal

letter wishing them and

their families all the best for

Christmas.

The letter also included

the Big Brother’s school

email for the younger students

to make contact

should they have any questions

or concerns.

It was great to see many of

the younger students take

up the opportunity to alleviate

any stress associated

with starting high school.

Orientation Day at the end

of 2018 allowed the Big

Brothers to meet their Little

Brothers face to face and

put a name to their face.

Connections were forged

and the commencement of

a strong bond initiated.

The Patrician spirit of

‘welcome’ and ‘hospitality’

was on display for all to feel

and see.

Part of the day saw the

students - both older and

younger, share lunch and

talk all things Holy Cross.

Day One of the new school

year in 2019 saw the students

reconnect where both

year groups had the school

to themselves. Tours were

taken and conversations

about the do’s and don’t’s,

and more importantly the

spirit and culture that is

Holy Cross College, were

conducted.

It was great to see the

many games of handball

across the school yard

where competition peaked

with many of the junior students

taking it to the senior

students in a good old

fashion rally.

Last Wednesday (May 29)

saw the students come together

again in a fresh initiative

‘Brothers’ Breakfast.’

The Class of 2019, led by

the College leaders, put on

breakfast for the younger

students.

One on one the students

sat and had breakfast talking

about their experiences

thus far in their short time

at Holy Cross. Ironically, the

older boys only have a few

months left and no doubt

were reminiscing about

their times at the College.

There was great spirit

and morale which can’t be

bought.

It really defined the true

meaning of ‘brotherhood.’

Ryde schoolboys reign

supreme in touch football

FAMOUS sporting nursery Holy Cross

College Ryde stamped themselves the

powerbase of schoolboy touch football

after dominating the 2019 Metropolitan

Catholic Colleges competitions.

The Ryde titans featured in

four Touch Football Grand

Finals and captured three

championships including

the prestigious first grade

trophy which is renowned

as the best schoolboy

touch football competition

among all Catholic schools.

Australian U/18 representatives

Jordan Hill and

Krystian Mapapalangi

spearheaded Holy Cross

to a first grade title with

skipper Hill in dynamic

form.

Malaysia.

Pictured: Holy Cross

and

touch

Australian

footy young

U/18

gun

phy.

Holy Cross College, Ryde

BIG BROTHER PROGRAM A SUCCESS

When I walked down the Boarder

Steps for the very first time, I felt a

rush of emotions. I felt excited. I also

felt a little nervous, coming from a

small primary school to a huge

College, but more happy than

anything.

I felt a huge amount of support from the Year 12

students, the Principal and the teachers at Holy

Cross.

I remember on our first day, Mr Stewart said

“there is absolutely nothing to be worried about,

you have 700 new brothers along side you” at

first I thought “wow that’s a lot of brothers, how

many of them do I have to share a room with?”

But what it really meant was that I belonged. I

was starting at a great College that would ensure

I received a first class education with many happy

memories along the way.

— Nikolai Assadi, Holy Spirit Primary School

When I first walked through the

gates of Holy Cross College, I was

nervous and excited at the same

time. I was welcomed by some

friends I already knew and was

happy to see we were in the same

house.

At Year 7 Camp which was held in Week 2, I

made new friends, learnt people’s names and got

to know my HCT Teacher. I was also taught how

to read a timetable which I knew I needed to

know.

All the boys at Holy Cross College are

welcoming, friendly and caring. Everyone’s first

day at High School can be a little nerve racking

but the teachers and the young men in the white

shirts are there to comfort you. Trust me, this will

be the best six years of school. Make the most of

it!

— James Hay, Putney Public School

When I first walked through the

gates of Holy Cross I was nervous

about what it was going to be like

going from a small school to such a

big one but I was welcomed with

open arms.

I was worried that I wouldn’t make any friends

but we had the Year 7 Camp so the opportunity

opened up. It is great because you never are

alone you are always surrounded by friends and

encouraging teachers that help you push yourself

past your limits and help you be the best that you

can be.

The next six years at Holy Cross are going to be

the best six years of my life because they are

going to set me up for the future to come.

— Samuel Fedele, St Charles Primary School

2019 Open Day

Sunday 10 March 2019

10:00am 517 Victoria to Road, 1:00pm Ryde NSW 2112

Principal’s Phone: 02 9808 Address: 1033 11:30am

For further information, please contact the Principal’s Secretary:

For further information, please contact the Principal’s Secretary:

517 Victoria Road, Ryde NSW 2112

Phone: 02 9808 1033

Email Email Address: Address: info@holycrosscollege.org

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20 THE WEEKLY TIMES Wednesday 6 June, 2019

Sydney and co’s delicious

new winter Ranch menu

MEET the chefs that are cooking up a treat with a delicious

new winter menu at the refurbished The Ranch Restaurant at

North Ryde.

Head chef Sydney

Sy is pictured with his

team that comprises

Ronald, Resham, Bipin,

Chris and Sabash

who have brought back

The Ranch ‘favourites’

- traditional pub meals

with an Asian fusion

and using fresh ingredients.

Also pictured is The

Ranch Hotel’s charming

Marketing Manager

Cindy Lu.

Sydney’s delicious

burgers are worth a

sample.

Patrons are flocking

to the upgraded dining

function area of The

Ranch Hotel to enjoy

the mouth-watering

meals in comfortable

surrounds.

Sydney has introduced

American-Australian

favourites such

as cheeseburgers, nachos,

Caesar Salads,

schnitzels, pizzas and

tacos to The Ranch’s

tempting menu which

has proved extremely

popular.

The Ranch Restaurant

is open Monday to

Saturday from 11.30am

to 9.30pm and on Sundays

from 11.30am to

9pm.

They also offer a succulent

Seniors Menu

from $12 that includes

Roast of the Day; fish

and chips; Chicken

Schnitzel; Caesar Salad;

grilled salmon and

100 per cent Australian

rump steak.

Phone 9887-2411.

Balmain rugby league legends Steve Roach and Paul Sironen

Meet Tigers legends and Mark Geyer

at The Ranch Origin Sports Luncheon

ALL time Balmain greats Steve ‘Blocker’ Roach, Garry ‘Jimmy’ Jack and

Paul ‘Sirro’ Sironen will join media personality and Penrith rugby league legend

Mark Geyer at The Ranch Hotel’s State of Origin luncheon on Friday July

5 from 12 noon.

Come along to the

North Ryde venue

and meet the former

NSW Blues heroes

for an entertaining afternoon

and delicious

meal.

Tickets $85 per

head. Hosted by Paul

Chipperfield. Bookings

essential, phone

9887-2411.

The Ranch Restaurant

is back bigger

than ever with a new

venue and new winter

menu.

New experienced

Head chef Sydney

and his team of chefs

have brought back

The Ranch ‘favourites’

- traditional pub

meals with an Asian

fusion and using fresh

ingredients.

Patrons are flocking

to the upgraded

dining function area

of The Ranch Hotel

to enjoy the delicious

meals in comfortable

surrounds.

Sydney has introduced

American-Australian

favourites such

as cheeseburgers, nachos,

Caesar Salads,

schnitzels, pizzas and

tacos to The Ranch’s

tempting menu which

has proved extremely

popular.

The Ranch Restaurant

is open Monday

to Saturday from

11.30am to 9.30pm

and on Sundays from

11.30am to 9pm.

They also offer a

succulent Seniors

Menu from $12.


Wednesday 6 June, 2019 THE WEEKLY TIMES 21

realeSTaTe

Don’t judge a book by its

cover at 53 Elliott Avenue

THIS well maintained five bedroom property

at 53 Elliott Avenue East Ryde will surprise

and delight buyers from the moment they

step inside.

Ray White North Ryde |

Macquarie Park marketing

agent Janet Fletcher says

the home has had only one

owner and is on the market

for the very first time.

The family have got together

to further modernise

and bring it back to pristine

condition to enable the lucky

purchaser to move in with

nothing to be done” says Janet.

“Professionally repainted in-

Ideal investment opportunity

ternally and externally

with repolished original

timber flooring,

they have also added

a brand new gas and

granite kitchen, stylish

plantation shutters,

reverse cycle air

conditioning, ceiling

fans, carpets to all

five bedrooms plus

new vanities, toilets

and shower recesses

to both the main and

ensuite bathrooms.”

“Of interest for buyers

working from

home or those with

teenagers, bedroom

five has its own private

entry,” she adds.

Transport is not an issue

for all members of

the family as it’s just

a minute’s stroll over

to Sager Place Village

(with its caf, lifestyle)

and the Express City

Primary School and

only one set of traffic

lights to the CBD, the

home is set on a good

sized 572 square metre

block offering buyers

plenty of opportunity

to extend on their

long term investment

by renovating, adding

a storey and perhaps

rendering the façade

Treaty and will be

open for inspection

for the first time this

Saturday June 8 at

12 noon. For further

details contact Janet

Fletcher on 0438 543

and local

(including

bus

to

service

Macquarie

University).

Just

walk

ten

to Ryde

minutes’

East

to further modernise.

53

is for

Elliott

sale by

Avenue

Private

547.

30 Stanbury Street, Gladesville 4 1.5 2

First Time on the Market

Enjoying a desirable setting

adjacent to Peel Park &

playground, this solid full brick

1950s bungalow is on the

market for the first time. Lovingly

maintained, it ś set on a 626sqm

parcel of land amid established

park-like gardens. Parking for

5 cars including large double

garage with workshop. It presents

the perfect opportunity for young

families or downsizers seeking

single-storey living with scope to

further capitalise.

vueestateagents.com.au

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inspect

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On Site Saturday

15 June at 2pm

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Or By Appointment

Douglas Vincent

9817 5300 or 0414 713 713

sales@vueestateagents.com.au

MANY people are delighted

in the so called

‘election miracle’ enjoyed

by the Liberal

National Coalition.

The policies of the

coalition promote personal

investment and

do not penalise retirees

who have planned to

look after their financial

needs in the future.

Local agents and

property managers Vue

Estate Agents know

that their clients and

in particular their landlords

can now relax and

plan for future investment

in the property

market without concern.

Along with the coalition

election win and

the recent APRA announcement

on more

relaxed lending guidelines,

it has brought

confidence back to the

market.

Vue Estate Agents

said that they are continuing

to receive enquiries

from locals

looking to invest and

they enjoy a reputation

of providing an efficient

and dedicated service

to owners of investment

properties.

They presently have a

property at 30 Stanbury

Street Gladesville which

is a well maintained full

brick house adjoining

Peel Park.

It would make an ideal

investment opportunity.

Anyone wishing to

discuss property sales

or property management

matters can contact

Sharon Vincent on

0414 275 300 or Douglas

Vincent on 0414 713

713.

53 Elliott Avenue, East Ryde

5 Bed / 2 Bath / 1 Car

STEP IN AND BE SURPRISED!

• Immaculate One Owner Family Home - 575.4m2 Block

• A Minute’s Stroll to Express & Local Bus & Café lifestyle!

• Brand New : Gas & Granite Kitchen, Plantation Shutters,

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• Re-polished Timber Floors, New paint internal & external

• Bed 5 – Private Entry – Ideal Home Office/Teen Retreat

For Sale – Contact Agent

Open for Inspection

Saturday 12noon – 12.40pm

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0438 543 547


22 THE WEEKLY TIMES Wednesday 6 June, 2019

50 years continuous North Ryde RSL Membership Certificates

NORTH Ryde RSL Community Club recognised its long serving stalwarts with 50 years continuous membership certificates at its recent AGM. Club president Jim Morris

standing left presented certificates to members Leonard Collins, Kevin Bates, John Bosward, George Robb and seated Neville Blundell, Alan Paterson, Kevin Bushell and John

Ruddy. Also pictured is North Ryde RSL Community Club General Manager Chris Jones and Immediate Past President Barry Herbert. The Club’s Board of Directors were reelected

for another term with David Baker rejoining the Board to replace the retiring Herbert, who has chalked up 47 years service including a record 24 years as Club President.

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Manufacture & install steel, aluminium,

stainless steel, glass ballustrades. Pool &

garden fencing, auto gate. Custom & design

services, free quote, helpful services.

wardsteel.com.au

bathroom

renovations

ALL TILE & BATHROOM RE-GROUTING

Michael 0402 624 247

Rejuvenate and reseal leaking old bathrooms.

Call Michael.

Lic 164238c

Handy

bathroom

renovations

(continued)

SPINRYDE HOME RENOVATIONS

9879 4855

7/53-55 Gladesville Rd Hunters Hill NSW 2110

Beautiful bathrooms, fully renovated and

guaranteed! 10% Discount (max $500) to

Seniors Card Holders!

www.spinryde.com.au NSW Builders Licence 45000JP

See our EOFY offer on page 22

APS BATHROOM & KITCHEN RENOVATIONS

0410 454 165

Thinking of Renovating ?

Call us for a free quote

Bathroom, Kitchen & Laundry Renovations

Over 20yrs Experience

www.apsbathroomsandkitchens.com.au

Phone

The Weekly Times 9807 6666

Lic 207688c

ANDREW’S BATHROOM RENOVATIONS

0414 577 574

• Over 35 years experience in bathroom,

kitchen & laundry renovations

• Qualified & Insured workmanship.

• Projects available on Website

• Call for free measure and quote

www.perfectceramics.com Lic R71536

BEDDING

BEDS ‘N’ SECONDS PAUL GILES

9879 4226

Quality Australian Inner Spring mattresses,

Singles fr $139, Doubles fr $279, Queens

fr $299. Fast local delivery. Huge range of

mattresses, beds & manchester. Your local

bed shop! Paul GIles New & Seconds Mattresses.1A

/ 28 Buffalo Road, Gladesville

BLINDS

SUNSET WINDOW FURNISHINGS

8765 1733

Free measure & quote! Good quality. Holland

blinds, vertical drapes & venetian blinds at

factory prices. Washing & repairing of venetian

blinds same day service.

BURRA BLINDS AND SHUTTERS

Cameron 0401 805 534

Plantation Shutters, Roller Blinds, Verticals

and more. Free Quote. Call Cameron.

BLIND INSPIRATION 9427 9312

Free in house measure & quote. Latest

fabrics, designs and motorisation. We also

specialise in Plantation Shutters, Curtains

and awnings.

bricklayers

To advertise

Phone

Narelle: 9807 6666

BRICKLAYER/BLOCKLAYER

9874 7911 0411 762 242

30 yrs exp. Professional. Small to medium

jobs, insurance work, concrete rendering.

Free quotes.

LR83479

BRICKLAYER

Anton 0402 509 612

Bricklayer sandstone, paving and turf


Lic. 93129C

BRICK & BLOCK LAYING

Steve 0409 124 751

Extensions, Front fences, garden walls etc.

Plus heritage work. Call Steve. Lic. 55906c

QUALITY WORK GUARANTEED

Gary 0431 163 114

GSH Bricklaying FRONT FENCES

* Ret walls * BBQ’s & *Besser Blocks. For

prompt reliable service call Gary. Lic No 180752c

Guide

Building

Consultant

Building Consultants & Inspectors

0412 100 526

For all residential buildings & Strata

problems, defects, faults, moisture, cracks,

disputes, litigation support.

www.shavar.com.au varoujan@shavar.com.au

BUILDING

CONTRACTORS

TASSONE DESIGN & CONSTRUCT

0418 493 789

For all new work, extensions & alterations,

renovations or refurbishments. MBA Quality

work.

Lic 100569c

SPINRYDE HOME RENOVATIONS

9879 4855

7/53-55 Gladesville Rd Hunters Hill NSW

2110

Authorised STRATCO Dealer and Home

Renovation Specialist. Fully Guaranteed

to comply with the BCA. 10% Discount

(max $500) to Seniors Card Holders

www.spinryde.com.au NSW Builders


Licence 45000JP

builders

BP CONSTRUCTIONS

0411 420 011 Brett 9684 6948

All building work including renovations,

extensions, decks pergolas & carports,

bathrooms. www.bpconstructions.com.au

Lic 195060c

ALTERATIONS

0418 484 216 9674 7527

Ground & 1st floor additions decks &

pergolas. Plans drawn from concept to

completion.I. S. Giltinan Builder P/L.


Lic 91637c

CUCEK CONTRUCTIONS

Luciano “Lu” 0418 647 641

YOUR LOCAL BUILDER with over 30 years

exp. Specialising in bathrooms, alterations,

additions, decks & pergolas. Lic 247952c

CARPENTER/BUILDER

MJD CARPENTRY

Matthew 0414 418 248

For all carpentry, gyprocking, painting and

maintenance works.

ASH BUILDING & CARPENTRY PTY LTD

0433 275 545

All Building Works, Housing & Commercial

Renovations, Decks & Pergolas. All types of

Carpentry and Building work. Free Quotes.


Lic 323457c

CARPENTRY & JOINERY

James 0428 581 542

For construction of & repair of decks, pergolas,

doors & new building work call James


Lic 179663c

CARPET LAYING

BILL ROWE CARPETS

0404 803 496

New carpet laid, re-stretching, repairs.

40 yrs experience.

CEMENT RENDERING

J PRESTIGE RENDERING

0410 746 378

Rendering, repairs, blueboard etc Quality

service g’teed, no job too big or small. F/Q

CLEANING

ALBERTO’S CLEANING & CARPET

SHAMPOO

0418 489 627 9832 7254

Home, Office, Strata,

S & A CLEANING HUS & WIFE

0411 627 847 9630 8722

(owner self)Home/professional/spring/

regular moving windows. 15 yrs exp.

Wednesday 6 June, 2019 THE WEEKLY TIMES 23

CLEANING -

HIGH PRESSURE

NORTH RYDE HIGH PRESSURE CLEAN

9888 5406 0414 765 181

Driveways, BBQ’s, Pool surrounds, Sealer.

No job too small

RELIABLE & PROFESSIONAL

8677 4141 0404 397 198

Pressure clean & seal d’ways paths,

verandahs, walls, roof & pool surrounds. F/Q

Up to 50% off* cond apply

SKY PRESSURE CLEANING

0418 605 025

House washing & water blasting driveways,

paths & roofs etc.

COMPUTERS

GLADESVILLE COMPUTERS

0401 339 402

• Free service call

• Home office support

• I.T. specialist

• All work guaranteed

• www.g1computers.com.au

COMPUTER REPAIRS

DOES YOUR COMPUTER NEED HELP?

Greg 0422 169 313

❁ Home & Business

❁ Sales & Service

❁ Virus & Spyware removal.

❁ Networking

❁ PC or Mac ❁ NO CALL OUT FEE

Call Greg DIP IT

concreting

AAA ALL AREAS CONCRETE

Charlie 0413 777 239

Concrete Driveways Sydney, all types of

concrete work, Driveways and Pathways etc.

Small jobs welcome.

Over 32 Years Experience.

Lic. 129960c

urbancrete CONCRETE CONTRACTORS

0414 764 349

Driveways, paths, steps, stencils, stamped,

plain & colour concrete. Honest, reliable &

quality workmanship.

Lic 216063c

RYDALMERE CONCRETE SERVICES

0419 423 032

Small/large jobs All decorative concr.

finishes. All excav. 20yrs exp. Lic 39926c

TCP CONCRETE

0404 770 791

All concrete Works-Plain, Stamped, Stenciled

& Coloured & the Resurfacing of old and new

concrete surfaces. Domestic & Commercial.

Free Quote.

Lic 52825c

G RIGHETTO & SON

0419 282 402

Garden Sheds, Paths, Patios, Driveways etc.


Lic11427C

To advertise

Phone

Narelle: 9807 6666

concretE Cutting

MASTER CHASING SERVICES

0403 111 758

Specialising in concrete cutting, core

drilling, road sawing and wall sawing.


24 THE WEEKLY TIMES Wednesday 6 June, 2019

curtains

BLIND INSPIRATION 9427 9312

Free in house measure & quote. Latest

fabrics, designs and motorisation. We also

specialise in Plantation Shutters, Awnings

and Roller Blinds.

RUDIA CURTAINS & BLINDS

9887 1004

Swags, tail, pelmets - Roman Blinds. Vertical,

venetian, Holland & timber blinds, shutters.

Free quote, family business. Alteration.

DAMPNESS

ANTI-DAMP

9817 7600 0412 229 955

* Rising Dampness

* Condensation & Dampness

* Sub-floor Ventilation

* Rising Damp Contact us for a free quote.

www.antidamp.com.au

decks & pergolas

SPECIALISING IN DECKS & PERGOLAS

0419 447 126

Gates, railings & retaining walls. F/Q and advise.

dentist

PUTNEY DENTAL SURGERY

9809 7110

• Over 25 years’ experience in Putney

• Renowned for gentleness and care

• Exceptional quality at affordable price

• Prompt appointments. 6 days

• Bupa Members Gap free regular dental

check-up and mouthguard

• Book On-Line

www.putneydentalsurgery.com.au

PUTNEY DENTAL CARE 9808 2588

Gentle, caring, family-friendly dentists offering

quality care and specialised treatments: cosmetic

dentistry, orthodontics, dental implants.

Up-to-date with the latest procedures with

modern, state of the art facilities. Open 6 days

with emergency appointments available.

DOLL REPAIRS

9808 6314

Old and modern dolls repaired, cleaned and

dressed. Local family team. Yvonne and Cheryl

Phone 9808 6314

DRAINER

SYDNEY DRAINAGE EXPERTS Lic 143252c

0414 837 679 Phil 9715 1804

Clearing of blocked drains, sewers / storm water

Toilets, basins, baths, shower, laundry, kitchens

Jetblasting,electric eel,cctv camera,root treatment

All work guaranteed. 25 yrs exp. 24/7 emergency.

Same day service, reliable, professional, efficient.

RYDE SEWERFIX

9809 4230 0412 200 939

Sewer & Stormwater Specialist

• Blockages Cleared • CCTV & Pipe Location

• Repairs & Replacement • Free Quotes

Over 50 year experience

Lic. L985

To advertise

Phone

Narelle: 9807 6666

Handy

Phone

Phone

The Weekly Times 9807 6666

electricians

r a ELECTRICAL & ALARM SERVICES

9816 1471 0418 224 924

All Electrical Work. Smoke detectors, sensor

lighting, security intercoms, ceiling fans, safety

switches, power and lighting points.

No job too small, free quotes.

Lic72458C

EASTWOOD Bruce Kennard Pty Ltd

9809 7001 0417 690 627

Domestic & Commercial repairs. Installation,

repairs, house, rewiring, security lighting, fans.

Prompt service. Over 26yrs experience. 22 Thorn

St Ryde

Lic 35887c

EASTWOOD ELECTRICAL SERVICES

Gerard 0408 447 882

All electrical repairs, Residential & commercial

rewiring . Switchboard upgrades. All new work call

Gerard

Lic 82184c

GEOFF NASH ELECTRICAL SERVICES

9807 1957 0419 200 011

All electrical installs. & repairs. AH service, competitive

rates. Lic No 2871

RYDE DISTRICT ELECTRICIAN

Blake 0488 843 433

+ $0 No Call-Out Fee

+ Local Ryde District Electrician

+ Small Family Owned & Run Business

+ 24 Hour Emergency Service

+ Seniors Discount

+100% Satisfaction Guaranteed

Captain Cook Electrical. Credit Cards Welcome


Lic 288540C

GET SPARKED ELECTRICAL &

COMPUTERS

Greg 0422 169 313

❁ How about a safety switch

❁ New installations or renovations

❁ Data, electrical

❁ Domestic, commercial & industrial

❁ Fast reliable service.

❁ Servicing All Area

Lic 180641c

CJM ELECTRICAL

Jason 9807 2455 / 0411 749 838

All Electrical work. Domestic & Commercial.

Rewires, safety switches, LED lighting and

data. Servicing the local area since 1996. Call

Jason.


Lic 164332c

DENISTONE ELECTRICAL SERVICES

Andrew/Electrician 0417 909 407

Tina/Admin 0451 899 622

Power & Lighting. All electrical work, Upgrade

switch board, Rewiring, Celing fan, Smoke

alarm, Data telephone.

Lic 201164C

GRANT HEDLEY ELECTRICAL SERVICE

Grant 0403 868 457 / 9489 3543

Local Electrician. No job to small. Over 30 yrs

experience. Pensioner discount.

0403 868 457 or 9489 3543 Lic 80753C

RAW ELECTRICAL

0404 454 643

Honest & reliable For all electrical & telephone

needs. Call now. F/Q All job sizes. Fully insured


Lic 225784c

ELECTRO-DYNAMIC

Joseph 0404 606 909

All electrical work. Residential – Industrial –

Commercial, honest up front pricing – No Hidden

Costs. Trusted and Licensed Electricians.

All work 100% guaranteed. Free Quotes.

www.electrodynamic.com.au. Lic 291375C

Ryde District Electrician 20+yrs Exp

Ian 0412 988 012

✓ Same Day Service

✓ Switchboards, Smoke Alarms,

✓ Lights, Power, Phones, Broadband (Points)

✓ Pensioner Discounts

✓ Ryde Area - Hunters Hill & Gladesville

✓ Small Jobs Welcome

www.secure-electrical.com.au

Lic 92264C

EXCAVATIONS

EXCAVATIONS, DEMOLITION DEMO

POOLS, BACK FILLING

0418 250 404 9817 3911

5 tonne excavator with hammer. Rock exc.,

Bobcat, Tippers. Free fill delivered.


R54172

Guide

EXCAVATIONS (continued)

FLECK RUBBISH REMOVALS &

MINI EXCAVATIONS

Glen 0418 268 040

Narrow Access Excavation. Excavators from

760mm wide up to 1200mm wide. Dumper

Tippers 760mm wide. Bobcats 3 Tonne Trucks.

All Areas. Best Rates. Call Glen

FENCING

PRIMO FENCING 0417 468 166

Specialist in treated pine & hardwood, A1

workmanship guaranteed

ANDREW SPIES FENCING

0410 534 692

Specialises in all types of fencing. View website

@ Andrew-Spies-Fencing.com

KOALA FENCING

Martin 0412 010 212

Horizontal & Privacy Fences. Pool fences &

gates. Timber & colourbond, fence repairs.

call Martin 0412 010 212

FENCING INNOVATIONS

0419 447 126

All types of fencing, brick, timber, colorbond

& pool. 30 yrs experience.

LOCAL FENCING 9807 2367

Quality timber, c/bond, gates, pickets, pool,

log walls. Free quotes

ACTIVE FENCING

Peter Carbon 0425 203 080

Boundary and paling fencing. Also Gates and

picket fences. Ph: Peter 0425 203 080

Smith Fencing

0400 598 403

Timber Boundary Fencing, Gates & Pickets.

Small jobs & Repairs Welcome

www.psmithfencing@gmail .com

FLOORS

Ozwood Timber Specialist

9648 0070 9648 0040

• Supply and Install Timber & Vinyl floors.

• Sand and Polish

D2, 290 Parramatta Rd AUBURN

Tel: 9648 0070

www.ozwoodaustralia.com.au Tel: 9648 0040

FLORISTS

BLOSSOM HOUSE FLORIST

9874 1577

Multi Award Winning Florist

Flowers & Gifts for All Occasions

Member Interflora

Shop 27, Eastwood Centre Shi Li Zhao

Email: blossomhouseflorist@yahoo.com.au

JOANNE’S FLOWERS GALORE

AWARD WINNING FLORIST

9809 3082

All Floral Arrangements, Plants, Gifts.

3 Avon Road, North Ryde 2113

www.joannesflowersgalore.com.au

FLYSCREEN

FLYSCREEN & GLASS REPAIR

0412 503 020

Security Door & Flyscreen windows. Also glass

repairs, broken windows & doors, sash cords etc.

All gardening work / lawn mowing, etc.

SABA SCREENS 0413 770 150

Security & flyscreen doors, flyscreens, security

window grilles, repair & remesh.

FURNITURE REPAIRS

& CABINET MAKING

TRADITIONAL FINE FURNITURE

0417 457 897 8765 8949

Custom made furniture and specialist repairs &

restoration work. 30 years experience.

garage doors

SYDNEY WIDE GARAGE DOORS

Andy 0423 156 789

Installation, repair all type garage doors,

garage motors ,sliding gates, swing gates

garage remotes, spring, same day service,

free quotes.

RYDE GARAGE DOORS 9809 1965

Installation, sales & service. B & D Dealer.

Call for free quote.

ALPHA GARAGE DOORS AND AUTO OPENERS

0423 755 077

Supply - Install - Repairs: . Garage Door

Motors . Sliding & Swing Gate Motors .

Remotes

GARDENING

ABLOOM ACE GARDENING

8819 4980 Sam or Chad 0410 774 647

Restore overgrown gardens, Land & yard

clearing, Trimming, Weeding, Lawnmowing,

Turfing, Tree lopping, Stump Removal,

Landscape, Plants, Gurney wash,

Rubbish removal. Regular Maintenance,

Pens Discount. Fully Insured, 7 Days,

Best hourly rate. Free quotes. Call Sam

or Chad

AL’s COMPLETE GARDEN CARE

Al 0414 753 258

Qualified horticulturalist, Complete garden

maintenance. Lawn mowing, hedging, fertilising,

weed control, high pressure water cleaning

Comm/Res/Strata Call Al

a & a absolute best price

9439 8550 Jack 0411 351 161

Digging, weeding, land & yard clearing, tree

lopping, trimming, pruning, restore overgrown

garden. Pensioner discounts. Ring Jack

JOE HANDY GARDENER

8021 9351 0416 005 291

Garden maintenance, weed, dig, tree lopp,

turf, r/removal, l/scaping

Just gardens

8866 0954 Mark 0411 548 503

Is your garden overgrown. Call Mark for your

garden needs.

NORTH RYDE GARDENING

0414 765 181 Alan 9888 5406

Your reliable gardener. Weed, dig, trim, clean,

tree trim/lopping, stump grind, mow, turf,

rubbish removal, maintenance, high pressure

cleam. Call Alan

ONE TOUCH GARDEN CARE & MAINTENANCE

Khris 0423 518 909

For all your local gardening need’s – Mowing,

hedging, mulching and turfing. High pressure

water cleaning & much more. Free Quote –

Please Phone Khris 0423 518 909 Or

email: onetouchgardencare@gmail.com

ABN: 26237966477 Fully Insured.

DOWN TO EARTH GARDENING SERVICES

Nick 0408 688 949

Qualified horticulturalist

Specialising in garden maintenance,

garden make over’s and organic

vegetable gardens. Fully insured. Call Nick.

GECKO PLANTSCAPE

Robbie 0412 131 362

Irrigation solutions for your garden during

water restrictions. Horticultural advice, garden

maintenance and green walls. Qualified

Horticulturist fully insured. Call Now Robbie

0412 131 362

To advertise

Phone

Narelle: 9807 6666


GAS

SYDNEY LOCAL GAS SPECIALIST

0414 837 679 Phil 9715 1804

Leakfinding, fixes, repairs / renewals, new connections/servicing/commissioning

of room/

central heaters, fake coal/logfires, commercial

kitchens, cooktops, ovens, stoves, hotwater

heaters, all makes/models, Rinnai, Rheem,

Pyrox, Bonair, Everdure, Electrolux Westinghouse,

Chef, Miele, Smeg, Bosch, Vulcan, Dux,

Jetmaster, realflame, Genesis, bayonets fitted,

LP/ BBQ conversions, (carbon monoxide testing).

Same day Service, reliable, professional,

efficient. All work Guaranteed. 25 yrs exp. C/

Cards, Eftpos, 24/7 Emergencies. Lic 143252C

GLASs

GLADESVILLE GLASS SERVICE

9817 3416 9816 3055

Glass repairs Com. & Dom. • Shower screens,

mirrors • All glass requirements • Free measure

and quote. 278 Victoria Rd, Gladesville.

GET GLAZING 0420 996 778

Fast glass replacement. Free measure

& quote. Call Matt

EXCELL GLASS SERVICE 9874 9555

All your glazing needs. Mirrors, tables,

safety glass or repairs. 1073 Victoria Rd,

West Ryde.

guttering

GUTTER-SNIPE GUTTER CLEANERS

9477 5943

We clean roof gutters, no mess, local, guaranteed,

insured

RYDE DISTRICT GUTTER &

DOWNPIPE SPECIALISTS

0418 265 530 9808 6060

n Leaking Gutters

n Gutters cleaned

- Downpipes & drains unblocked

n New quad & box gutters

n Colorbond gutters repairs

- small repairs a specialty

n All gutter & downpipe renewal.

n Huge range of Rain Water Tanks.

n Seniors Card Welcome, Visa & MasterCard

n Gary Renouf Plumbing

Lic 125617c

guttering (continued)

GUTTER, DOWNPIPE CLEANING SPECIALIST

0414 837 679 Phil 9715 1804

Local, efficient, reliable, neat & tidy, insured,

on time. Gutter mesh & guard (install/replace)

Leakfinding, gutters, downpipes, valleys,

flashing, install & repairs whirlybird, venting,

raintanks, roof & skylight leaks. Lic 143252c

25 yrs exp, Eftpos, C/Cards Accepted

HIGHVIEW ROOFING

Robbie 0414 090 798

* Gutter Repair * Gutter Cleaning

* Leaking Gutters * Colourbond Box Gutters

* Roof Repairs * Roof Leaks & Restoration

Call Robbie for a Free Quote. Lic 15723719c

hairdresser

want a great haircut?

9888 5257

Come & see Joe’s Continental Barber 117

North Rd Ryde - Midway shops

HANDYMAN

S.S. CARPENTRY & HANDYMAN SERVICES

Sam 0414 413 326

Specialising in all Building, Carpentry &

Gyprocking work. Free Quotes & Pens. Disc.

Ph. Sam

Handy

HANDYMAN (continued)

Nicholas carpentry & Handyman

services

Steven 0419 606 288

• All Trades • Bathroom & Kitchen Renovations

• Pergola’s, decks, roofing, gyprock, & painting

• All minor & major repair work • Quote this

advert and get a 10% discount !!! • Call Steven

www.nicholascarpentry.com.au Lic no 108119c

HANDYMAN SERVICES

0435 617 567

Good Experience. Includes doors, lock doors,

frame, windows, ceilings, walls, Gyprock, tiles.

Timberflooring fix or replace and painting.

Call Kee 0435 617 567

Lic 296601c

COMPLETE HANDYMAN SERVICE

0439 742 874

No job too small Flat labour charge. Free assessment.

Available after hrs & w/ends, fully

licenced, carpentry, plumbing, tiling, painting,

cleaning service, r/removal. Leasing a

property, get a free assessment on you small

repairs. Ph. 0439 742 874

Lic 220372c Lic 145563c

All House Repairs

0424 868 820

Able to fix all house maintenance issues. Such

as the roof, tile leaking, blocked drain, internal

gyprocking, timber floor, decking and general

household repairs.

Lic 24335c

Hedges

Gary 0481 555 659

Superior hedges, lawn handyman services.

Call – Gary Bell Refs available

hot water services

A LOCAL HOT WATER SPECIALIST

0414 837 679 Phil 9715 1804

Servicing / repairs / installs, Gas, Electric,

Solar (all makes/models) Rinnai, Rheem,

Bosch, Pyrox, Aquamax, Solahart, Thermann,

Junkers, Bayard, Vulcan, Hocking, Everhot,

Dux, Edwards, Beasley, Roomheaters Same

day service, reliable, professional, efficient.

All work guaranteed. 25 Yrs exp. C/Cards,

Eftpos, 24/7 Emergencies.

Phone

The Weekly Times 9807 6666

Lic 143252c

RYDE HOT WATER SERVICE

9809 4230 0412 200 939

Installations, repairs & sales. Electric and gas

hot water heaters. Lic No L985.

AUSTRALIAN HOT WATER

HOT WATER SPECIALIST EASTWOOD

Est. since 1986. 9874 8620

Sales, service, installations on all brands. Est.

since 1986 www.australianhotwater.com.au.


Lic 53936C

ironing services

IRONING 0411 155 774

Free pick up and delivery Twice daily. 6 days

p/w Family owned. 24hr turn around

KITCHENS

GRANITE MARBLE CAESAR STONE

9809 3623

Kitchen & vanity tops 100’s of colours. Est

60yrs Gladesville.

www.ronbennettmarble.com.au

To advertise

Phone

Narelle: 9807 6666

Guide

KITCHENS (continued)

COMPLETE CUSTOM KITCHENS

Glenn 0414 717 111

Highest quality custom kitchen renovations

Complete job. All trades. Unbeatable prices.

Builder 20 Years Experience. Free Quotes.

Pens.Disc. 0414 717 111

Lic no 301036c

Aryan Kitchen

0413 395 444

Full Package Kitchen

Include; Cabinetry, Oven top, Range hood,

Sink, Mixer tap and Tiles from $4999.

256-258 Victoria Road, Gladesville

myaryankitchen@gmail.com

www.myaryankitchen.com.au

KITCHEN REPAIRS

KITCHEN REPAIRS

Angelo 0408 677 614

Hinges, Doors, Drawers, Shelves, Cabinets,

Kick-boards etc.

No job too small. Free quotes 7 days.

angeloskitchenrepairs@gmail.comLic no 139738C

LANDSCAPING

*NICK’S LANDSCAPING & DESIGN*

0418 169 369

All types of landscaping & design. Sandstone

wall / Timber Wall /Block & Retainer Walls

Paving & all types of landscaping.

9891 6656 Lic 96884c

STRUCTURAL LANDSCAPING

Carl 0414 724 557

All types of structural landscaping from Design

to completion. Satisfaction guaranteed. Fully

Insured. Phone Carl

SAMSON LANSCAPING 0432 474 950

& Property maintenance. Design, Construct,

Maintain, Irrigation service ins. Free Quotation.

samson.call@hotmail.com Lic 208121c

TREEMENDOUS LANDSCAPES P/L

9874 2605 Paul 0407 207 672

Landscape design & construction. Member

of AILDM

Lic 77216c

LAWN MOWING

JAYS MAINTENANCE PLUS

Jason 0424 619 816

SERVING THE LOCAL AREA FOR OVER 10

YEARS. Lawn, gutters cleared.

Fully Insured. Call Jason

NS LAWN CUTTING - Affordable

0412 448 623

Good Pensioner Discounts. Free Quotes.

10 Years experience. Satisfied customers. Insured.

LAWN MOWING 0421 656 420

LAWNS, EDGES, HEDGES, cut & shaped, gardening,

tree lopping, gutter cleaning, rubbish removal. All

house & yard maintenance. Also Pressure Cleaning.

All areas Free Quotes 0421 656 420

LAWN MOWING & GARDENING SERVICES

Rob 0403 372 277

All lawn mowing & gardening needs.

Pens.Discount. All areas.

A CUT ABOVE THE REST. Call Rob

LAWN MOWER REPAIRS

RYDE CITY MOWERS 9809 0329

Repairs to most brands of lawnmowers, brushcutters,

chainsaws. Chain sharpening. Guaranteed

service. Factory trained & qualified technicians.

Local pick up & delivery available (charges apply)

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LAWN MOWER REPAIRS

(continued)

THE MOWER SURGEON 0407 419 793

3 mth warranty on mower, chainsaw & line

trimmer repairs & s ervice.

locksmiths

YOUR ONE STOP SECURITY SHOP

9809 0294

24hr Mobile Service & shop. Locks, Free Quotes,

reliable service. Servicing Ryde & surrounding

suburbs for over 25 yrs.

Buffalo Locksmiths cnr Buffalo Road & Princes

Street. Master Lic 408949295

massage

QUALIFIED STRESS RELIEVING

0406 038 729

Relaxing full body massage. Swedish & remedial.

Ayurvedic style. Home vis it. All Sydney areas.

PAINTERS &

DECORATORS

ASPECT PAINTING & DECORATING

8812 5507 0401 951 257

All types of painting, reliable, g’teed service,

free quotes, pensioners discount.


Lic 149577c Reg

TESSA PAINTING & MAINTENANCE

0411 143 534

Cheapest price, best quality. We prove it. Fully

guaranteed 20 years experience, free quotes

Lic 164240

A-TEAM RENOVATIONS

Jim 0411 696 165

STOP – Don’t Paint Before You Call Us.

Professional & reliable. Prices & quality guaranteed.

Call the Team you trust!!

Call Jim Lic 152633c

AFFORDABLE PAINTING

Call William 0431 348 560

• Quality Work Guaranteed

• Professional - Fully Licenced/FullyInsured

• Certificate In Painting And Decoratin

• Houses, Apartments, All Small jobs

• Pensioners Discounts

Lic 334774c

DARRYL’S DECOR SERVICE

Darryl 0414 885 559

nt/ext painting, 35yrs exp. PH: Darryl Brown.

Lic R88748

BILLY’S PAINTING & DECORATING

0414 881 267 9878 1677

All work guaranteed, fully insured, free

quotes.

Lic 158883c

PETER PAINTING

0423 808 115 8819 2795

20 yrs exp. Work guaranteed Pensioner

Discount. Free Quotes

Lic 157468c

PRO SHIELD PTY LTD

Simon 0405 567 891

Multi Award winner master painter Lic 287890c

To advertise

Phone

Narelle:

9807 6666


26 THE WEEKLY TIMES Wednesday 6 June, 2019

PAINTERS & DECORATORS

(continued)

RYDE PAINTING & DECORATING

SERVICES

0412 944 025

Genuine local painter, Fully Insured. All types

of painting, reliable, reasonable price. Free

Quotes -Pensioner Discount. Lic 150743c

MICHAEL THE PAINTER

Michael 0412 444 838

• Professional and reliable

• All types of painting • All areas

• Reasonable rates • Best quality

• Cheapest quotes • Pensioner Disc

Call Michael.

Lic 320177c

FARADAY & KENT HOME PAINTING

Brett 0435 898 716

Request a quote email: info@faradaykent.

com.au Fully lic & ins. 10% Seniors card

discount. Ph 9816 3200


Lic 267578c/MPA51764336628

W Z FINE PAINTING SERVICE PTY LTD

David 0450 726 188

* Reliable and professional

* Guaranteed quality and price.

* All types of painting * Fully Lic & Ins.

* Free onsite quote. Lic No 310324c

ON POINT COLOUR PAINTING

Darren 0424 845 188

Domestic & Commercial Professional

Service, Free Quote.

onpointcolour@gmail.com

iLic 312287c

EDGE PAINTING Sam 0433 742 162

* Master Painters Association Member.

* Dulux accredited *Specialised in repairing

& repainting. Interior/exterior

* Pensioner Discount *Quality Guaranteed.

www.edgepainting.net


Lic 267578c/MPA280514

K H FISH & SON Victor 0413 970 249

Prof painting, specialising ornate ceilings.

Free colour consultancy. All work guaranteed.

F/Q Victor. Over 30 yrs experience.


Lic 77172c

SKY PAINTING

0418 605 025 9929 4966

28 yrs exp. Pensioner Dis Free Quotes

Member MPA

Lic R96188

PERFECTION PAINTERS

Joseph 0451 123 231

* Residential * Commercial * Pressure Cleaning

* Roof Painting. Interior and Exterior.

Free & Quote Insured

www.paintedtoperfectionpainters.com.au


Lic. 269706C

To advertise

Phone Narelle:

9807 6666

pest control

T & J PEST CONTROL

TONY 0426 747 407

General Pest Control.

3 bedroom house from $150.

Pensioners discount.

Call Tony on 0426 747 407. Lic No. 5072508

EL MATADOR 0433 453 789

Eco Friendly Pest Control, Pet Safe, No

Odour, F/Quotes. Specialising in all kinds of

pests. Lic No. 101699

ZOOM PEST CONTROL

0490 817 868

Domestic - Commercial - Industrial.

Call Jimmy on 0490 817 868.

FORENSIC PEST CONTROL PC

1300 360 457

The Pest Detectives All termite & general

pestcontrol, sub floor ventilation & bird control.PC

Lic 3433

PEST CONTROL 9449 2948

HAVE YOUR HOME PEST FREE

FROM $240.00 Cockroaches, Silverfish,

Webbing Spiders 40+ YRS Exp.


Shore Pest Services

Handy

photographic

RAY WOOD PORTRAITURE

0414 843 759

Wedding, fashion, PR, etc. Viewing portfolio

welcome. Regular TWT contributor.

PHYSIOTHERAPY

HUNTERS HILL PHYSIOTHERAPY &

SPORTS INJURY CENTRE

Stephen Casey 9816 5092

Stephen Casey. Musculoskeletal. Manip. Physiotherapist.

3/53 Gladesville Road, Hunters Hill

Plantation Shutters

BLIND INSPIRATION 9427 9312

Free in house measure & quote. Latest products

and designs We also specialise in Awnings, Roller

Blinds, Curtains and Motorisation.

PLASTERING

GYPROCK PLASTERING SERVICES

Demitri 0404 770 412

All types of plastering * Reasonable rates.

Call Demitri Lic 288665c

PLUMBERS

T N T PLUMBING SERVICES

0431 856 091

• Free Call Out

• Blocked Drains Cleared - Same Day Service

• Bathroom / Laundry Renovations

• Hot Water repairs / replacement

• Leaking Tap / Toilets repairs

• Gas Fitting / repairs

• Stormwater / roof leaks

• 15% Seniors Discount

• 24/7 Service • Eftpos Welcome

Phone

The Weekly Times 9807 6666

Lic 257776c

COTTAGE & DOMESTIC MAINTENANCE

0414 808 809 9808 3020

Phillip Draper West Ryde Lic 3906

YOUR FAST LOCAL PLUMBER

0414 837 679 Phil 9715 1804

Guaranteed Same Day Service. Prompt, On time,

Efficient, Reliable, Honest. Blocked drains cleared.

Sewer-stormwater, burst pipes, leaking showers

Taps/toilets, waterproofing, water filters, hot water

heater maintenance accredited repairer/ installer.

Servicing (all makes / models), gas leaks, installs

Repairs, connections, appliance repairs,servicing

Room-Central heating, fake log/coal fires, stoves

BackflowPrevention, TMV’s, downpipes/gutters,

cappings Flashings), lead, Roof repairs (metal/

asbestos/Tile / slate) Skylights, leaks / fixes. No

job too big or small. All work guaranteed. 25 Yrs exp.

C/Cards, Eftpos, 24/7 emergencies.

Lic. 143252c

domestic plumbing 0416 274 249

leaky pipes & roofs, dripping taps, blocked

drains, gas leaks or connections, running

cisterns. I can fix it. C. Parker Plumbing 45

yrs in business. 24hrs 7 day emerg. calls.


Master Plumber Gold Lic. L1376

Need a Local Plumber Fast?

9191 7353

Do you have no hot water?

Is your drain blocked?

Are your taps and toilets leaking?

Do you want an extra gas point?

For fast friendly service with a smile

Call Jeremy on 9191 7353

100% Satisfaction Guaranteed

POOLE & CO PLUMBING

9809 4230 0412 200 939

Your Local Plumber for 50 Years.

* Blocked drains cleared

* Taps & toilets

* Hot Water

* Gasfitting

www.pooletheplumber.com.au Lic 985

GLADESVILLE PLUMBING SERVICES

9817 4777 0413 402 599

For all your plumbing needs. Free Quotes.

24hr/7days. Emerg. serv.

Visa/Master/Eftpos.

To advertise

Phone Narelle:

9807 6666

Lic 168655C

Guide

PLUMBERS (continued)

CMF PLUMBING

0411 232 629 9808 4220

• Plumbing, draining, roofing, gas fitting

• Maintenance specialist • Jet blaster & CCTV

• No job too small

Lic 117469c

TAP RESCUE

1300 827 000

We repair, supply, install direct to you TAPS,

TOILETS, Hot Water Systems, Water Filters

and more. NO CALL OUT FEE! 0414 333 461


Lic 40572c

RYDE DISTRICT PLUMBING SPECIALISTS

1800 889 440 0418 265 530

■ Leaking taps & toilets - repair & renewal

■ All blocked sewer drains

■ All blocked stormwater drains

■ Electric eel & diagnostic drain camera

■ High pressure water jetting service

■ Plumbing for home renovations

■ Leaking hot water heaters gas & electric

■ Gasfitting - Oven, cook top & BBQ installations

■ Extra Gas bayonet points for the home

■ Seniors Card welcome

■ 24hrs/7 days emergency

Gary Renouf Plumbing Visa, M/Card,

B/Card T2

Lic. 125617c

LOCAL PLUMBER

0488 801 042

• Taps, Hot water, Blocked Drains, Blocked pipes

• 24/7 EMERGENCY Plumbers

• On-time & Reliable

• Plumbers you can trust

• All works guaranteed

• $0 CALL out

• You approve the price before we start!

$50 OFF when you mention this AD

BLOCKED DRAINS & SEWER SPECIALIST

9638 1398 0419 409 130

All general plumbing including gas. (24hr

Emergency Service) No job too sml. Free

quotes. STEMBRIDGE PLUMBING. Lic. 9880

Mastercard & Visa welcome.

S.A.PLUMBING SERVICES FREE CAMERA

SERVICE WITH EVERY BLOCKED DRAIN

0416 297 555 9809 7555

All suburbs

• electric eel • leaking taps

• hot water • water • roof guttering

• gas fitting • leaking toilets • blocked drain

• home renovations • real estate strata.

• 7 days a week friendly sevice. Lic L 10575

P H PLUMBING & HANDYMAN SERVICES

Peter 0498 181 354

* Water Jetter Drain Cleaner * CCTV * All plumbing

needs except Gas * Ryde Local Lic 258239c

PURE PLUMBING PROFESSIONALS

The Punctual Plumbers - 9191 7353

• Local Business Award Winning Plumbers

• $0 Call Out Fee* • Fast Emergency Service

• Hot Water Repairs • Blocked Drains Cleared

• Taps and Toilets • Noisy Pipes • Gas Fitting

• Seniors Discounts

www.pureplumbingpros.com.au

RYDE SEWERFIX

9809 4230 0412 200 939

Sewer & Stormwater Speciali st

• Blockages Cleared • CCTV & Pipe Location

• Repairs & Replacement • Free Quotes

Over 50 year experience

Lic. L985

PAUL RUFF & SON PLUMBING

0418 961 406

Est. Locally 1981 Lic 3792

M.K.E. PLUMBING & GAS

0419 250 761 9868 4830

Hot water, leaky taps & toilets. gas fittings &

emerge. serv etc. Marsfield

Lic 178124c

VOTED NORTHERN DISTRICTS No 1

PLUMBERS. FREE CALL

1800 799 963 9844 5858

• $0 CALL OUT FEE

• 15% Seniors Disc – Same Day Service

• Blocked Drains Cleared • Free Camera Serv.

• Leaking Toilets & Taps Repaired/Replaced

• Hot Water Repairs, Water Leaks, Roof Leaks

• 24/7 Days Emergency Service C/Card & Eftpos

Maintenance King Plumbing Lic 257776c

PLUMBERS (continued)

THE PIED PLUMBER LOCAL

1300 13 80 80

FIXED ON TIME, ON BUDGET, WITH NO MESS!

* Fully Insured and Licensed

* 10% Seniors and Pensioner Discount

* Emergency Services and Inspections

* Hot Water * Drains Cleared * Taps * Toilets

* Gas * Burst Pipes * We’ll Knock $50 off.

www.piedplumber.com.au Lic 278840c

Infinite Plumbing

Dusan 9801 5305 0431 711 811

Blocked Drains - Hot Water Heating

Leaking Taps/Toilets - Gas Installation

Burst Pipes - Gutter Cleaning

Fast, Reliable, Honest

Call Dusan on 9801 5305 or 0431 711 811

Lic 284276

FRANK DRAPER SEWER REPAIRS &

REPLACEMENTS

0438 065 852

Free Quotes, High Pressure Water Jetter Service. -

Ryde

Lic 181690c

RYDE GAS COMPANY

9809 4230 0412 200 939

Local Gas Specialists

· Portable Gas Room Heaters Serviced

· Carbon Monoxide Testing

· Hot Water Heaters

· Leak location & repair

· New installations, replacement & additions

· Bayonets & BBQ conversions. Lic. L985

BUDGET PLUMBING

0439 742 874

All plumbing problems incl. gas fitting,

hot water, dripping taps, leaking cisterns,

blocked drains. No service flat rate for

blocked sewers labour, local area.

Free Call. Pensioner discounts

Ph. 0439 742 874

Lic 145563c

Fix That Plumbing

0431 126 808

Local plumber based in Denistone.

fixthatplumbing@gmail.com Lic 299998c

JIM MEADE PLUMBING

0418 247 597

* Maintenance * Repairs * Renovations

* Pensioner Disc * Fully Insured Lic.46242c

Psychologists &

Relationship Counsellors

OPEN SKY PSYCHOLOGY

1300 739 531

• Anxiety, Depression, Complex problems

• Addictions, Trauma, Parenting

• Children, Teens, Adults, Couples, Families

After Hours and Saturdays available.

Bookings within a few days. 6 practitioners

(incl. Workcover approved)

Suite 9, 227 Morrison Rd, Ryde

www.openskypsychology.com.au

REFRIGERATOR REPAIRS

RYDE REPAIR CENTRE0409 833 832

Repairs all fridges/seal washers, dryers,

dishwashers. 7 days.

0409 833 832 9807 9828

REMOVALISTS

KW REMOVAL

0403 903 022 0466 669 107

•3-12 tonnes truck, All areas reliable &

Professional for $75 per hour.

RYDE REMOVALS & STORAGE

9809 4535 0418 230 671

Local, country & interstate 6 ton trucks. Free

quotes.

ACORN FURNITURE REMOVALS.

9988 0775 0418 216 328

Professional *Reliable *Caring Local, country &

interstate No job too small Free quotes.

AB HOME REMOVAL

0431 995 369 9745 5772

Excellent Service. No job too big or small. Local

and interstate. $80 per hour.

To advertise

Phone Narelle:

9807 6666


RENOVATIONS

Ew Building 0415 912 621

Bathroom, Kitchen And Laundry Renovations

Full renovations or repairs, Leaking showers,

Bathroom packages, Waterproofing, Wall and

floor tiling, Superior customer service

25 years of experience, reliable tradesmen.

All work guaranteed.

Contact Ty Jones 0415 912 621

roofing

J & M SCHALK.

9878 4483 0408 642 056

Roof repairs. Metal, tile & leaking roof replacing

valleys, F/Q, Lic R91302.

AAA ACTIVE ROOFING

0404 397 198 8677 4141

All roof restore & repair 30% off. Pressure

cleaning. F/Q

Lic 133762c

LOCAL SYDNEY ROOF SPECIALIST

0414 837 679 Phil 9715 1804

Leak finding/Repairs (tiles, metal, slate) shingals/skylights,

asbestos, copper, Waterproofing , Lead, Flashings,

cappings, ridgepointing, rebedding, Chimney’s,

Stormwater Drains Cleared, relayed, Diverted, fixed.

(Gutter’s/Downpipes) renewal, cleaning, whirlybirds.

Same day service – reliable, professional, efficient.

All work guaranteed. 25 Yrs exp. C/Cards,

Eftpos, 24/7 Emergencies.

Lic 143252c

sam’s roofing P/L

Sam 0416 178 058

All metal roofing & guttering, no job too small

33yrs exp. Ph Sam for quote. Lic 215152c

Top ryde top roofing

0410 322 681 9871 0313

• High pressure cleaning

• All roof repairs & painting F/Q.

• Dulux Colour. • Pens Disc

Lic 136874c

roof painting

AARON’S ROOFING

0410 322 681 9871 0313

High pressure cleaning. All roof repairs &

colour 20% off. F/Q Pens Disc.

SKY ROOF PAINTING

0418 605 025 9929 4966

Water blasting & re-spraying 28 yrs exp Pen

Dis Free Quotes Member MPA

PETER PAINTING

0423 808 115 8819 2795

High pressure clean & painting. Free quotes.

20% off quoted price. Work Guaranteed.


Lic 157468c

roof repairs

BOB THE ROOFER 0418 677 188

Leak Detection. All roof & gutter repairs guaranteed.

35yrs Exp. C/Cards OK. Lic 123259C

rubbish removals

AUSSIE BATTLER.

0413 115 450 Brian 9858 2846

20yrs exp all areas, rubbish, gard’, pruning &

odd jobs. F/Q, same day service 8 days/week.

Brian NO TEXTING.

FLECK RUBBISH REMOVAL

Glen 0418 268 040

• All Areas • 24/7 • Free Quotes

• Excavator for hire

• Domestic/Commercial

• Good Rates

• All types of waste • Senior Disc. Call Glen.

To advertise

Phone

Narelle: 9807 6666

Handy

rubbish removals

(continued)

CHEAPEST PRICE RUBBISH REMOVAL

9809 2536 0416 295 790

* Residence * Office * Factories

* Household * Garden Waste * Large or Small

* Deceased Estates * 7 Days * Sen. Disc

25 Years Exp. “We’ll Save You”. Call Gary.

A CHEAP TRUCK LOAD OF RUBBISH

9898 0774 0412 828 529

From $30m3 Same day service. * All

types of Rubbish Removal * Domestic

& commercial. * ALL AREAS 24/7 *

CHEAPER THAN SKIP-BINS. DECEASED

ESTATES / GARAGE CLEAN OUTS.

AAA COMPLETE RUBBISH REMOVALS

0416 099 599 9613 7774

• All Types of Rubbish – Good Rates

• Property Maintenance

• Commercial / Domestic

Same Day Service

• All Areas 24/7 Free Quotes.

safety rails

SAFETY RAILS BY RAILS 2U

Les 0439 967 102

Make your home safer by installing internal and

external rails by experienced installer.

Can supply and install large range of rail sizes,

no long waiting lists. No job too small. Senior

Discounts. NDIS Approved Provider. Ph Les

SECURITY & ALARMS

SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS

SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS

0401 802 752

Mal Bruce Old Fashioned Home service

given. 50 years exp. with all brands.

SKIP BINS

PAYLESS MINI SKIPS

0402 844 744 George 0415 224 460

2-3-4m. Fast reliable service, specialising

in small drives. Call George

To advertise

Phone

Narelle: 9807 6666

Solicitors & CONVEYANCING

OSBORNE HOWELL 9807 3222

Over 50 years in RYDE.

Shop 6, 43-49 Blaxland Road, Ryde

(Entry via Argyle Ave) Wills, Estates,

Probate, Conveyancing, Family Law, Commercial

Leases, Sale of Business.

LEES & GIVNEY LAWYERS

9816 1122

Established 1983 -

Accredited Specialist: Family Law and

Wills, Estate Law; Conveyancing, Enduring

Power of Attorney. Home visits available.

243 Victoria Road, Gladesville

LEVY PARTNERS 9809 1533

Trusted since 1957 4a Church St, Ryde

stove repairs

RYDE REPAIR CENTRE 0409 833 832

Repairs all stoves & ovens, 7 days / fast service

0409 833 832 9807 9828

Phone

The Weekly Times 9807 6666

Guide

surveyor

ATS LAND SURVEYORS

9808 6854

Suite 3, 75 Rydedale Rd, West Ryde, ats1@

atssurveyors.com.au

swimming

CARLILE SWIMMING

9808 3199 Enquiries 0417 477 733

Leaders in Learn-to-Swim and Swim Coaching

for 45 years at Ryde.

Year round Tuition at all levels in warm (34c) state

of the art indoor pools.

• Learn to Swim. Babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers

and elementary at 16 Cross Street Ryde.

• Style Correction for school competition in

graded classes at Ryde Aquatic Centre

TELEPHONE

INSTALLATIONS

TELEPHONE INSTALLATION

Telephone & data cabling 0412 114 146

TILES/TILING

ACCLAIM TILING SERVICES

Gaby 0404 032 426

Specilaising in bathroom renos & all types of

wall & floor tiling. Call Gaby Lic 251461c

SAM THE TILING MAN

9832 9837 0413 072 621

Small tiling jobs only Lab & Mats under

$1000 40 yr exp Lic No. 68534C

ATW FOR ALL YOUR TILING NEEDS

Call George 0416 296 923

Kitchen,Patio, Bathroom, Tile Repair, 25 yr experience


Lic 68534C

tree lopping

VIC’S TREE CUTTING

0404 162 752 9858 2874

Tree pruning and removal, stump grinding. Fully ins.

Free Quotes. Qual Aborist. Family business.

CHIPFAST

9874 2229 0417 227 622

all aspects of tree work, fully insured, qualified

arborist, free quotes, wholesale garden mulch.

A.J’S TREELOPPING & RUBBISH REMOVAL

0412 933 031

Quick, reliable, fully insured, free quote, pens. disc.

Extra services incl. stump grinding, garden main,

small concrete jobs, etc.

Wednesday 6 June, 2019 THE WEEKLY TIMES 27

TUITION

MATHEMATICS Jo-Anne

0401 914 269

Yr 4-12 Ext 1 & 2. Very experienced teacher

& tutor. Call Jo-Anne

TV, DVD & AUDIO INSTALLS

TV, AUDIO INSTALLATIONS

Nick 0412 667 770

Set up of Plasma/LCD, Home theatre, DVD,

Hi-Fi. Pens disc. Technician with 40yrs exp.

Call Nick.

TV REPAIRS

EXCELLENCE ELECTRONIC ENTERPRISE

0412 566 100 9807 2772

• Install, DVD, Setup box Foxtel/Optus

• Get your DIGITAL Ready

• All TV, DVD, Hi-Fi, Microwave, Vacuum,

Antenna • Owner operated for 20 years

VENETIAN BLINDS

AMORS VENETIAN BLIND LAUNDRY

8765 1733

Gentle pressure clean, wax finish, re-cond. of

all makes, free wash with all full reps. Same

day serv. Meas & quote on venet, vertical &

Holland. Gladesville.

WASHING MACHINE

REPAIRS

RYDE REPAIR CENTRE 0409 833 832

Repairs all washers, dryers, fridges/seal, dishwashers.

7 days. 0409 833 832 9807 9828

weddings

RAY WOOD PHOTOGRAPHY

0414 843 759

WINDOW CLEANING

NO STREAKS WINDOW CLEANING,

9808 6773 Eugene 0415 258 454

Prompt, friendly, reliable service, F/Q, fully ins.

Eugene

SPIC AND SPAN WINDOW CLEANING

Greg 0411 055 476

Also soft house wash. Greg: H/ pressure

cleaning. Sydney Water exempt.

OUTLOOK GLASS WINDOW CLEANING

9874 2815 David 0412 667 525

Pressure clean/softwash. Fully Qualified.

Fully Insured 20 yrs exp. Call David

NOW IN SIX LANGUAGES!

www.weeklytimes.com.au

To advertise

Phone

Narelle: 9807 6666


28 THE WEEKLY TIMES Wednesday 6 June, 2019

glass services

Trades & Services 9807 6666

ices 9807 6666

GLASS SERVICES

roofing

RUBBISH REMOVAL

rubbish removal

RUBBISH REMOVAL

• FREE QUOTES

• Trees Lopped

• Yards Cleaned

• Demolition Work

• Stumps Removed

• Factory & Office

Stripouts

FAST EDDY’S

PH: 9550 2046

MOB: 0418 486 665

fasteddysrubbishremovals@bigpond.com

www.fasteddysservices.com

Plumbing

NOW IN SIX LANGUAGES!

www.weeklytimes.com.au

tion

ST RYDE ROVERS

3 Soccer Registrations

ew Members Welcome!

To advertise

Phone

Narelle:

9807 6666

Bathroom, kitchen & painting restoration

Laing is presented with a framed women’s jersey by Rovers’ Life Member Karen Harrison.

GIRLS JUST WANT TO

HAVE FUN?

New Players Welcome

Credit cards welcome

WE LOAD, YOU RELAX

Patty Gore Mother

Daughter Lawn Bowls

HUNTERS Hill Ladies Bowling Club will host

the inaugural Patty Gore Mother & Daughter

Lawn Bowls Day on Sunday June 16 at Hunters

Hill Club. Madeline Street, Hunters Hill to help

raise money for Ovarian Cancer Australia.

Bowls commence at 10.30am and will be followed

by a sausage sizzle provided by the club for

players only. Spectators may enjoy the sausage

sizzle at $5 per head. Cost is $25 per player and

all money raised will go to Ovarian Cancer Australia.

For catering purposes it would be appreciated

if you could give the Club an indication of the

number of spectators likely to attend. Children are

welcome. Email Jill Beale at jillybe@me.com by

Monday June 10 with players name(s), club and

contact number.

in 2012 including 13 women’s teams!

s to All Age, Over 35’s, Over 45’s &

Super League.

lue participation, fair play and fun.

to provide development opportunities

for all our players.

BEFORE AND AFTER

Registration Dates

urday 2 nd February 9am – 3pm

or

nday 3 rd February 9am – 1pm

bank Park (Adelaide St. entrance)

FREE TRAINING BALL

For Under 6’s and 7’s

and socks included in all registrations

Want to know more?

ck our website for details

www.westryderovers.asn.au

iries: Rachel Hogan (Registrar)

ll.registrar@westryderovers.asn.au

(0400)880839

WEST RYDE ROVERS

SOCCER

2013 Online Registrations now

open!

Teams from Under 7’s to Over 35’s

Competition runs on Sundays

Club shorts and socks included in all registrations

pergolas

We

SPECIALISE

in Kitchen

& Bathroom

Painting &

Restoration

Want to know more?

Check our website for details

www.westryderovers.asn.au

Registration Dates

Saturday 2 nd February 9am – 3pm

or

Sunday 3 rd February 9am – 1pm

Meadowbank Park (Adelaide St. entrance)

Call us: 0404 445 436

Enquiries: Rachel Hogan (Registrar)

football.registrar@westryderovers.asn.au

(0400)880839

LAWN bowling whiz kid

Robert Supala (pictured

left) clinched the 2019

North Ryde RSL Mens

Bowling Club Minor Singles

championship with a

thrilling triumph over Peter

Collins (right) in a tight final.

The teenage ace, who

finished runner up in 2018,

went one better this year

after overcoming an early

deficit. They are pictured

with Peter Lavery (centre).

OUTDOOR EXTENSIONS DESIGNED FOR ALL SEASONS

SPECIAL

OFFER:

FREE Stellar Black

Deluxe Area Heater

with every eligible*

outdoor extension.

*Offer ends 31st Aug, 2019.

For full terms and conditions

see online or visit our showroom.

EXPERT MEASURE AND QUOTE COUNCIL APPROVAL SERVICES FULLY LICENCED: #261282C

CONTACT US: 1800 737 465 .

VISIT OUR SHOWROOM: 19 / 10 Pioneer Ave, Thornleigh

Mon - Fri: 8:30am - 4pm; Sat: 9am - 3pm

PERGOLALAND.COM.AU

Plantation Shutters & Blinds

Plantation Shutters,

Roller Blinds,

Verticals, Venetian

and Panel Glides.

Call Cameron for a

free quote

0401 805 534

Based in North Ryde,

Owner/Operator with over

9 years in the industry.

NOW IN SIX LANGUAGES!

www.weeklytimes.com.au

DON Hope (left) recently captured the 2019 North Ryde RSL Mens Bowling Club

Major Singles championship with a 31-19 victory over Simon Pleming, who doggedly

battled a foot injury to put on an impressive challenge. Stewart Skinner was marker.

BRUSH Park Mens

Bowling Club’s Major

and Minor Championship

winners for

2019:

In the Men’s Major

Singles, Murphy defeated

the legendary

Ron Palmer for the

first time in 30 years

while Peter Taylor defeated

Roger Hurley

to claim the Minor

Singles title. Pictured

l to r Peter Hurley and

Roger Taylor (Minor)

and Ron Palmer and

Peter Murphy (Major).


30 THE WEEKLY TIMES Wednesday 6 June, 2019

Brush Park Women

Tue May Final game at

Brush Park as the greens

will be closing for renovations.

Most ladies will be

moving to Denistone East

from next week.Social Triples

A Mahony C Minogue

M Pollard d P McClean S

Baillie P Dick, B McGrath P

Orr F Domanko d R Newton

J Leek J De Vries, M Mc-

Nulty R Holman J Battersby

d C Whitelock C Dixon M

O’Brien, H Davies A Ross

E Bell dr J Brannagan P

Nealon C Cupitt Social

Fours P Bedford B Palmer

F Robinson J McCreadie dr

E Maher J Roddy F Laney F

Langdon, C Smith M Armstrong

D Kitchener M Dewhirst

d C Smith R Pacey

M Fransman C Jackson

MARIE DEWHIRST

Gladesville Women

Tue May 28 Trophy Day J

Bryant A Hyem B Patterson

d R Ellis M Tennant E

Meagher, E Craven C Bambach

K Russell d A Barton

K Ruser J Jones Bowler of

the Day C Bambach Raffle

S Gibson Gala Day 3 Bowl

Triples Mon July 22 proudly

sponsored by Manning’s

Funerals and Belle Property

Hunters Hill. Enquiries to

Lyn Macdonald 0488 185

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KIM RUSSELL

Ryde X Phoenix Women

May 28 Social C Netterfield

M Guinn P Lancett d

M Stansfield H Simmons H

Naudin Major Semi Finals

T Little d R Isaacs 27/16 B

Smith 26 d J Tumminello

Jun 1 Major Finals B Smith

25 d T Little

BETTY SMITH

North Ryde RSL Women

Thu May 30 R/k 10 S Leabeater

J Bax 18 P Saundeers

12 R/k 8 S Fennell J

Fahey . S Beram 22 S Fennell

W Hyland I Hithhens 8

After a short speech congratulation

No 1 on winning

their Flag and No 3 on coming

second Jun 6 unfurling

ceremony to celebrate NR

RSL winning the No 1 Pennant

an certificate presenting

to Gladesville R/up

COLLEEN RENWICK

North EppingWomen

Tue May 28 Social L Finnigan

P Lane J Swan d S Archibald

H Stibbs L Pierens

17/14 A Baguley E Stewart

V Riley S Farrelly d A Baguley

J Palmer S Odbert A Allen

29/11 Maj Triples Rd1 J

Havron T Hilder P Spaul d S

Caswell M Phipps J Thorp

24/13 M Garrick H Fletcher

G Tucker d R Knott L Watford

B tromp 21/12 New

members always welcome

L Watford 9869 2304

SUE ARCHIBALD

North EppingMen

Wed May 29 Club J Taylor

B Swan R Peterson

d R Seidl K Riley M Hollier

19/16 G Swancott N

Swancott d T Warner K

Douglass 22/21 C Sneddon

P Delves d O S Herrard M

Havron 30/16 A Macleod R

Phillips d J Clough R Vass

22/17 R Kern W Fletcher

d A Robinson R Monteith

22/11 L Byrne R Thorp d

J Kaine R Matheson 23/14

Sat May 25 Club R Kern

K Beacom d A Macleod P

Delves 21/19 A Robinson B

Gill D Byron d A Robinson

W Daley W Spaul 22/17 M

Brereton C Watford R Peterson

d J Taylor B Forrest

P Hinds 26/16 R Delves P

Spaul d L Driessen K Douglass

23/9 S Burge G Scott

d P Cummins R Vass 26/20

C Thurmer W Fletcher d N

Oppedisano G Stace 20/18

R Stanton M Hollier d T

Warner D Singleton 23/16

N Swancott R Phillips d

R Crpowne J Fry 29/18 R

Watkins R Gallop d B Swan

S Garvey 22/20

KEN DOUGLASS

Ryde X Phoenix Men

Wed May 29 Social Averel

Cusack V Ardino d U Mere

R Howell 24/13 P Cusack L

Hansen d L Hall A Marcellino

26/22 J Rae B Kennedy

J Gwilym d A Rozsnyoi P

Chatfield B Iacono 27/21

Sat Jun 1 Social A Rozsnyoi

A Locascio L Hansen d D

Douglas J Cincotta G Carroll

28/19 W Carpenter E

Coleman F Cirina d P Dale

L Walker B Iacono 25/17 L

Hall R Collyer P Cusack P

Chatfield d U Mere V Ardino

D Galati A Marcellino 31/17

W CARPENTER

Putney Tennyson Men

Wed May 29 Social B Jasprizza

K Lake d P Dobie D

Walker 25/24 K Andrews

R Rees d C Dale P Harris

17/15 J Carrington B

Prentice d J Cunningham

B Lancett 21/17 J Falsone

J Lowe d K Beatty K Jennings

23/14 P Anderson J

McConnell d A Bolster L

Ager 29/14 F Cornelius I

Purcell d J Elliott J Stanton

32/11Fri May 31 Mannings

Funeral Putney Triples winners

Denistone Sports R

Court G Carroll G Stuart

4 wins 80 Pts 22 margin

28 ends 2nd Nth Epping P

Delves K Douglas M Hollier

3 wins 1 draw 36 Pts

36 margin 32 ends 3rd Nth

Epping D Byron D Singleton

J Boulos 3 wins 1 draw 32

margin 30 ends AM Winner

Hunters Hill S Crowhurst I

Ross J Juniper 2 wins 40

Pts 23 margin 14 ends PM

Winners Putney D Walker F

McGarry B Lancett 2 wins

14 margin 15 ends Sat Jun 1

Minor SinglesFinal K Beatty

d P Cormican 31/11 Major

Singles Rd1 B Prentice d A

Heyes 31/24 I Radovnikovic

d A Windle 31/25 Sat Jun 1

Social P Dobie R Rust d P

Smith K Lake 29/10 K Andrews

R Rees d M Tennant

B Jasprizza 20/15 A Jarvis

A Rodger d G Butt I Purcell

36/14

JOCK CUNNINGHAM

North Ryde RSL Men

Sat Jun 1 Socials B Dyer

D Fenelon R Reitano d D

Carr V Spano E Elliott 20/11

W Walsh J Glen A Benson

d S Collins P Saunders S

Skinner 25/16 P McPhie W

Coelho S Palmer d N Ferris

P Collins S Creedy 20/15 I

Pendleton G King J Lunberg

d B Arnold P Lavery J

Grabiec 15/11 Wed May 29

Socials E Sinanian J Glen J

Grabiec d B Dyer S Layburn

A Benson 27/6 B Arnold W

Walsh J Morris d J Wellar

C Costa W Coelho 26/8 W

Wood A Wray B Gibson d A

Hollard B Godsell J French

16/8 R Hochstetter G King

P Lavery drew C Hinton M

Collier P Collins 20/20

Bowling Round-up

PETER LAVERY

Brush Park Men

Wed May 29 Social G Monk

W Brigden G McDonald d

B Logan R French J Dalton

20/11 G O’Donell snr

G O’Donell jnr d R Palmer

G Willis 20/14 R Richardson

W Dewhirst dr J Uren

S Skinner (NRRSL) 16/16 D

Livesey P Taylor d T Siviour

J Roddy 23/14 R Hoare D

Kensett-Smith d C Carmichael

B Goldsworthy 35/6

B Took A Beloe d J Leek

J Mazzaferro 22/17 B Mc-

Caw N Holman d A Mercier

N Elder 20/14 R Summerhayes

J Stuart d N Laurence

P Roy 25/15 B Cupitt

J Forbes d J Wedderburn

A Burgoyne 19/10 Thu

May 30 Social J Arkins W

Brigden d R Fraser A Cukon

20/15 R Dickinson M

Dodds J Forbes d H Jones

T Carter F Lacey 25/14 A

Moore E Rayner P Roy d J

Dixon G Wilson R French

23/20 B Cupitt P Roach A

Ryce d C Norgate J Tandy

D Tyrrell 29/26 Sat Jun 1

Social A Mercier P Taylor

N Martelli dr N Holman D

Hosking D Kensett-Smith

22/22 B McCaw J Uren T

Siviour d E Rayner A Beloe

J Mazzaferro 31/15 J

Forbes R Palmer d C Car-

michael W Dewhirst 22/11 J

Arkins D Livesey G McDonald

d N Ward J Wedderburn

R Summerhayes 24/22 R

MacKenzie J Roddy d R

French T King 22/15 A Burgoyne

A Cukon d G Monk P

Roy 27/21 T Slater B Logan

R Hoare d T Carter D Tyrrell

P Roach 23/22 A Moore

G Strickland B Took d I

Kirkham J Dixon J Dalton

27/18

GEOFF YOUNG

Denistone Men

Wed May 29 Social C Kennedy

J Knight D Roughley

d J O’Brien J Fleming J

Kennedy 20/16 B White T

Chan C Welsby d G Mitchell

L Crow J Hiotellis 24/17 B

Williams D Linnert F Mc-

Garry d D Pocock J Welsby

R Court 22/16 R Ralston J

Myers K Graham d J Kenny

M McRae N Maetelli 30/11

D Alice B Nicoll D Moody d

T Stanis B Morton P Henry

18/15 Sat Jun 1 Social T

Chan B Morton J Woods d

J Henry J Mohan D Roughley

24/14 D Picock M Lyall

J Walker d J O’Brien P

Brennan F Martelli 27/18

K Johnson C Piddick P

Henry d T Stanis G Scott

K Miners 29/16 Rd 1 Major

Pairs R Court D Moody

d J Fleming(sub) J Myers

24/9 J Knight G Knight d G

Mitchell A Haworth 29/13

K Graham J Kennedy d R

Johnston F McGarry 21/14

L Crow D Linnert d G Hatch

J Welsby 31/12 T LaGreca

(sub) D Hogan d D Pope J

Rando 32/10 J Roberts G

Stewart d R Carabetta J

Hiotellis 35/7 D Butt J Burrows

d R Ralston T Gardiner

27/12. Sun 2nd June Final

Major Singles D Hogan

d K Miners 31/16

JDM

Lane Cove Bowls

Lane Coveentertained

some 100 Naval recruits

from various Naval Establishments

on Wed, so social

bowlscancelled on the day

SatMinor SinglesS Bonthrone

dS Cole 31/17 Major

PairsL Sturman J Lloydd

R PattersonG Moon 31/13

Social V SolwayD Madson

d S Smith B Paxton 27/19O

HostrupB Piper d R BalfasM

Popovic 22/20M CollumL

Hattersley G Screend

M Smith M Terrey S Hobson

28/13Harbourside Ladies

Neutral Bayd Lane Cove

24/12Pink Ladies Day-

Royal North ShoreHospwill

beholding a “ HUGEGALA

FUN “ day at the club Tue

Jun 4

BRADSTACKER

Gladesville Men

Wednesday night bowls under

lights sponsored by Belle

Properties Hunters Hill A Mee

V Tagg d J Mee T Vanderlaak

31/5 Jackpot was not won

Sat A Crockhart T Beno d

F Alcuri P Coyle 25/18 S

Rotunda K Mc Farlane C

Sandstrom d T Vanderlaak

V Moscato B Cutrone 24/2

G Merchant W Cappelletto

d R Loveridge C Patterson

21/15 Major Singles Final

$ 2,000 R/ up $1,000 Greg

Hazell d Craig Bass 31/22

Major Pairs Final $2,000 R/

up $1,000 Val Moscato Vic

Tagg d Walter Cappelletto

Ben Cutrone 20/11 Call the

club for a game 98161773

VIC TAGG

Hunters Hill Men

Thu May 30 Social N Snashall

R Schilling d M Giddens R

Hopwood 16/15 V Wahlquist

K Saggers J Hirst d P Hirst

G Green J McDonald 12/12

Sat Jun 1 Social M Burton R

Bauer d B Love J McDonald

31/17 S Crowhurst I Ross d

R Craig S Donnelly 24/20 J

Juniper R Rose d P Langwill

R Schilling 36/16 Sun Jun 2

Major Singles Rd 2 J Stuart

d K Stuart 31/21 M Burton

d G Norris 31/21 J Juniper d

P Wallis 31/11 J McDonald

d J Lowe 31/28 C Phillips d

R Bauer 31/21 K Uyeda d P

Langwill 31/15

JJ

EXPERIENCED team of Ron Court, Greg Carroll and Greg Stuart captured the 2019 Mannings

Funerals Triples Tournament hosted by Putney-Tennyson Bowling Club last Friday. After 28 ends,

the trio posted four wins, 80 points and a margin of 22 to secure victory. Pictured l to r are Putney

Bowlo Club Chairman Ron Ryan, Greg Carroll, Putney Bowling Club president Jock Cunningham,

Ron Court, John Manning of sponsors Mannings Funerals and Greg Stuart.

GREG HAZEL is Gladesville Mens Bowling Club’s Major Singles champion for

2019 after edging out Craig Bass 31-22 in a hard fought final that went down to the

wire. They are pictured with Bowling Club Vice President Peter Coyle who marked

the title decider - a clash that saw the lead change with each bowl. Congratulations

Greg and Craig.

WINNERS are grinners: Val Muscato and Vic Tagg were crowned Gladesville

ens Bowling Club Major Pairs champions after downing Walter Cappelletto and

en Cutrone 20-11 in the final. Val and Vic received $2,000 with runners up Waler

and Ben $1,000 - the biggest prize money for major competition in Zone 10.

ladesville Sporties Bowling Club paid out $8,000in prize monies with the Pairs

nd Singles. Another $8,000to pay out in the Fours and Triples. Come and join the

porties Bowling Club with free membership first year.

Triantis goal

rescues Magic

GLADESVILLE Ryde Magic FC can

consider themselves unlucky to record

a 1-all draw with Southern Districts

Raiders in the NSW National

Premier League 3 competition.

Pictured is Magic goal scorer Chris Triantis

(centre) with team mates Kosta Nikas

and Chris Tomaras post match.

SD Raiders opened the scoring and led

1-0 at the break.

Magic, minus key striker Rosario Occhipinti,

failed to convert the chances they

created and had to rely on a Triantis goal

from the penalty spot to take a share of

the points.

Triantis continues to demonstrate the

silky skills which he showed when playing

for Newcastle in the A League and has

become a favourite for all the Magic supporters.

The draw consolidates Magic’s position in

the top three and within striking distance of

the leader.

This weekend the Christie Park based

Magic take on Sydney University in a mustwin

game if they are going to continue their

journey to the top of the League table.

In other Christie Park news - GHFA Spirit

FC rolled St George FA (2-0) with Stewart

scoring both goals. The win moves Spirit

into fourth spot on the Federation NSW

NPL2 competition ladder.


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KARVANEN Sanni

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NEWMAN Judith May

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North Epping. Late of

Normanhurst. Aged 91

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Eastwood priest asks what makes us holy?

EASTWOOD’s Parish Priest Father Martin Maunsell looks into the

concept of holiness in this exclusive contribution to The Weekly Times.

The English translation

of the Latin words

Gaudete et Exsulatate

is Rejoice and be

Glad.

The words of the

document of this encyclical

or teaching

letter comes from

Pope Francis and is

to be directed to all

people.

Here are some of the

great insights that the

Pope wants to convey

in his teaching letter.

Holiness is nothing

more than making

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the Pope makes it

clear that there are

two subtle yet historical

enemies that

is preventing people

from being truly holy

and joyful.

The first is a false

teaching that known

as Pelagianism. Essentially

this is a

mistaken emphasis

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God’s loving

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The second is Gnosticism

again a false

teaching that believes

that someone’s worth

before God is dependent

upon their

own particular intellect

and knowledge.

The strong and

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of someone

who is truly holy in the

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The Pope makes the

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person is so often

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people to become

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then be instruments

of God’s joy and

peace.

The call to holiness

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POLICE NEWS

Drunk driver hits wall

and tree in Ryde spree

A DRINK DRIV-

ING suspect

crashed into a

wall and a tree in

Ryde on Saturday

night.

The 54 year old

unregistered Ryde

driver is alleged to

have been drunk

when he lost control

of his car on Aeolus

Avenue and cashed

into the wall.

Police said he

continued to drive

in a north westerly

direction upon

Quarry Road when

he veered off the

road a second time

colliding with a tree

outside Yamble Reserve,

Ryde.

He returned a positive

roadside test

and later recorded a

reading of 0.281.

He was issued with

a Court Attendance

Notice for Drive With

High Range PCA

and Drive With Expired

Licence and

will appear in Burwood

Local Court at

a later date.

****

A CANNABIS

CAUTION was issued

to two 18 year

olds in Meadowbank

Park on Sunday

night.

Police allege a patrol

of the park just

after 10pm detected

the smell of cannabis

and found a

glass bong on the

ground next to the

accused men.

A subsequent

search found a small

clear plastic container

containing

what is believed to

be cannabis as well

as clear resealable

bag alleged to contain

cannabis leaf.

One 18-year old is

from Melrose Park

and the other is from

Carlingford.

CHILD CLOTHING

is alleged to have

been stolen from a

department store in

Macquarie Park on

Friday afternoon.

Police said the alleged

shoplifter is

a 43 year old man

from Wollstonecraft

who attempted

to hide the stolen

clothes in a bag and

jacket.

He was issuid him

a Court Attendance

Notice for shoplifting

and is due to appear

in Burwood Local

Court on July 22.

A 23 year old woman

was also charged

with a shoplifting offence

in Macquarie

Park last week.

Police allege she

stole items from a

supermarket around

1.30pm on Tuesday

and was seen to

hide the stolen items

in bags she took into

the supermarket.


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Panthers hockey trio

to boost Kookaburras

By CHRIS KARAS

RYDE-Hunters Hill hockey internationals Tom Craig, Tim

Brand and Lachlan Sharp are bound for Europe as the Australian

Kookaburras chase 2019 FIH Pro League honours.

The former TWT

Club Six/Ryde Sports

Foundation Sports

Star of the Year

Award winners head

overseas in dynamic

form after stand out

performances during

the Pacific leg in

recent weeks.

All three have shown

a maturity and skill level

that far belies their

years to help the Australian

team zoom into

trophy calculations.

The Kookaburras

face five matches in

two weeks to round

out of the FIH Pro

League plus potentially

two more matches in

the finals to be played

in the Netherlands in

late June.

Australia currently

sits second in the

men’s FIH Pro League

standings ahead of the

June matches against

Great Britain ( June 9),

Spain (June 13), Germany

(June 16), Belgium

(June 19) and the

Netherlands (June 22).

The Kookaburras are

narrowly behind top

ranked Belgium on

points percentage on

the standings with the

further upcoming opponents

Netherlands

and Great Britain in

third and fourth respectively.

Selectors have made

several changes from

the team which recorded

back-to-back wins

against New Zealand

and Argentina before a

2-0 Test series victory

against India which

extended the Kookaburras’

winning run

to nine consecutive

matches. Experienced

pair Eddie Ockenden

and Matthew Swann

return after being unavailable

for the Pacific

leg while Trent Mitton

(finger) and Dylan

Wotherspoon (hamstring)

are selected after

overcoming injuries

sustained against New

Zealand on Anzac Day.

Twenty year old Brand

– one of the best young

prospects on the international

hockey scene

- also comes back into

the squad. Jacob Anderson,

Joshua Beltz,

Aaron Kleinschmidt,

Josh Simmonds and

Corey Weyer make way

from the side which

faced Argentina in

Australia’s last FIH Pro

League match for the

returning quintet.

Kookaburras coach

Colin Batch said:

“We’ve made a few

changes again. We’re

looking forward to

the European tour. We

think we’ll learn a lot

playing the European

teams, starting with

Great Britain.

“We’ve got Eddie

Ockenden and Matt

Swann coming back

into the group. Both of

them were unavailable

for the Argentina and

New Zealand games,

so it’s great to see

them back in.

“Trent and Dylan are

both fully fit and have

been training well over

the past few weeks so

they come back in.”

Ockenden’s selection

means he’s likely to

bring up his 350th cap

for the Kookaburras

during the European

leg.

The only Australian

to previously reach the

mark is Kookaburras

legend Jamie Dwyer

who retired on 365

caps. Ockenden currently

has 347 caps.

“We think he’s still

got some more years

in front of him,” Batch

said.

“His adaptability to

play quite a number

of positions has been

outstanding and he still

has that enthusiasm to

play for the Kookaburras

as he did when he

first started. He has

been outstanding over

a long period of time.

We congratulate him

ahead of his 350th.”

Given the Kookaburras’

winning streak and

current position on the

FIH Pro League standings,

the side is well

placed to push to win

the title but Batch said

they weren’t getting

ahead of themselves.

“We’ve got a few

games to go,” he said.

“Finals are in the distance.

“We want to

play well in the five

games we’ve got. It

looks as though we’ll

be in finals but you

never know so we’re

not looking too far in

advance other than the

Great Britain match.

“We back up then for

Spain. It’s about learning

as much as we can

about ourselves but

also what the current

trends are in Europe.”

The team flew out of

Perth for London last

week and are scheduled

to face Great Britain

this Sunday (June

10); Spain (Friday June

14); Germany (Sunday

June 16); Belgium

(Thursday June 20) and

Netherlands (Saturday

June 22).

Semi-Finals take

place on Friday June

28 with Finals on Sunday

June 30.

FOOTY

TIPSTERS

Ryde hockey legends Tom Craig, Tim Brand and Lachlan Sharp will represent Australia in the

European leg of the 2019 FIH Pro Hockey League this month.

Unbeaten Hawks dominate U/18s

RYDE EASTWOOD’S all conquering Under 18 rugby league team continues to

dominate the 2019 NSWRL Combined Sydney Gold competition.

The talented Hawks

maintained their unbeaten

status after

toppling third placed

St Johns Lakemba

Eagles 24-12 last

Sunday at Panania’s

Killara Reserve.

Ryde Eastwood ace Sam Kharwin in action for

the table-topping U/18 Hawks. Photo by Mari

Khamis.

WESTS

TIGERS

V

It was an emphatic

victory for the Ryde

Eastwood cubs with

crafty hooker Stefan

Moscarello earning

the Players’ Player

award for his superb

performance

against the Eagles.

Balmain S.G Ball

representatives Livai

Saukuru and

Hayden Essery produced

strong displays

along with

hard working prop

Anthony Bayeh as

the Hawks outclassed

St Johns

to preserve their

competition lead on

15 points after six

rounds.

Saukuru, a dynamic

centre, and

clever half back Essery

were stand

outs for Ryde Eastwood

along with

powerful number

nine Moscarello who

CANBERRA

RAIDERS

ignited the Hawks

with his darting runs

from dummy half

and smart off-loads.

MEANWHILE Ryde

Eastwood suffered a

disappointing 34-26

loss to Wentworthville

in the Sydney

Shield competition

last Sunday at

Ringrose Park.

The Hawks were

poised for victory

when they led 26-16

in the second half

- only to concede

three late tries in a

stunning collapse.

FRIDAY

JUNE 7

BANKWEST STADIUM

7.55PM

Ryde Eastwood

half Mitchell Gray

opened the scoring

with an 8th minute

try that was converted

by fullback

Josh Rizk before the

Magpies levelled at

6-6 in the 14th minute

after a try from

prop Solomone Lasalo

and conversion

by half Brendon

Newton.

The Hawks gained

the upper hand when

they established a

16-6 lead at the interval

following tries

by classy hooker

Tristan Evans-Tsoi

and back rower Tyler

Seymour.

Wentworthville

hit back with quick

tries by centre Dennis

Mataia and utility

Tyrone Shelley

before the elusive

Gray and Evans-Tsoi

picked up a brace of

four pointers as the

Hawks re-asserted

their authority.

But the Magpies

had the last laugh

with lock Daniel Petralia

(2) and second

rower Joshua

Tuitupou crashing

over for late tries

to snatch a spirited

victory.

JOHN

ALEXANDER

Bennelong MP

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ROBERTS

Lane Cove MP

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JACK KING

Ryde Eastwood

Leagues Director

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Ryde City Clr

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North Ryde RSL

Club Director

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Ryde MP

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TWT Sports

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THE ONE-EYED TIGER

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Putney Bowlo

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Tigers Welcome

Tricky to Parra!

Tigers are looking forward to welcome

Tricky Ricky and his Hot Air Capital

Faders to the new Parra stadium

this Friday night.

By the one eyed Tiger

We can assure them

they won’t be frozen

coz Tigers Supercoach

Michael

Madge Maguire has

got the boys ready

to serve up some hot

treatment to our visitors.

Good news for all

Tiger fans is the imminent

return of club

favourite Chris Lawrence

who has been

training strongly

since his unfortunate

accident at training

mishap.

And we wish Tigers

skipper and fullback

Moses Mbye a safe

return after tonight’s

State of Oblivion encounter

in the Cane

Toad capital.

Most genuine Tigers

are already planning

for our next two outings

at Australia’s

best footy ground at

Leichhardt Oval HQ.

It’s criminal we only

have three at home

this year. Hopefully

better luck next year.

Meanwhile now is

the time to get set

with the Ma-in-Law’s

Funeral Fund on the

Tigers for this year’s

Grand Final.

And for an extra tip

have a bet on the Tigers

v Bunnies in the

big day on October

6 on the 50th anniversary

or Balmain

Tigers v Bunnies in

1969. What a beauty!

And the same result!

Meanwhile get out

to Parra this Friday.

See ya there.

Tigers utility star Ryan Matterson is ready if required

for NSW in tonight’s State of Origin blockbuster

against Queensland at Suncorp Stadium.

The ball playing forward is the Blues 18th man and

would do his State proud. Matterson has turned in

skilful performances for the Tigers in 2019 and is

one of the competition’s in-form forwards.

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